Geneva (Switzerland) and Dakar (Senegal)
Momar Seck is interested in discarded objects that are seen as essentiallyworthless, which he then gives anappropriate symbolic charge. The mixing of materials, colours, poetry and numerous effects creates an actual porosity between various cultures and diverse cosmogonies in the form ofa happy blending.
He attempts thus to thrust the viewer into the realities of everyday life in which puzzles and debris evoke memories and traces of beginnings, as well as ruptures, shifts and changes. Beyond appearances, a reflection develops about reality, the singularity of objects and the ingenuity of artists, as well as about the interdisciplinarity and plurality of cultures, in which the artist takes pleasure in highlighting the playful and enjoyable aspectof creating.