New artworks about psychogeography mapping

I paint the invisible interactions between psychology and environments through cognitive and abstract maps.
This free mode of exploration - based on psychogeography - plays a creative role in the development of the artworks.
My experimental art named 'geographic abstraction' challenges the creative norms.
By a drifting process, I show how thinking can be mapped and how the spatial experience brings together personal narratives
and collective psychology.

"Emotions and senses generate the shape of a map
but it's more than
a map"