‘La plume plongea la tête’ explores the concept of costant dualism of life, among the human search of the absolute invisible to the eyes,
and the reality as we see it. Among the elevation and the fall, the strength that holds us anchored to the ground and the desire of escape. 
Inspired by the writings and the symbolism of Mallarmé, 'la plume plongea la tête' is a sentence drawn by his 'Herodiade'.
The feather (la plume) symbolizes metaphysically the human life in its slow but continuous to circle around a virtual axle, a thin fracture,
showing its two faces of light and obscurity.

The absolute has no borders, it is horizontal, it is vertical. It is the empty, the essence of the reality purified of the rationality and the
bonds, it is a white page. In the white, in the silence, it is possible to graze the absolute one.’ (freely inspired by S.M.)