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This baobab was photographed in 2004 in the Morombe region of Madagascar when LAD discovered for the first time this island where his father had taken refuge for decades. Nicknamed "the tree upside down" in the mythology because the hyena who received it as a gift from the Great Spirit, dissatisfied threw it on the Earth where it fell with its roots in the air. For many peoples, this tree is the guardian of ancestral spirits.


TRANS-CENDANCE #3, V1 is the result of a collaboration in digital creation of the duo. If the tree is reminiscent of a dancing female silhouette, the RACIEL sculpture was made in the same spirit. The RACIEL is chosen according to its shape, its color, its expression then it is photographed and integrated into the image of the tree. Several variations of the same work can be created.


An edition of 25 prints in 4 different formats is available.


Museum (archive) quality pigment print on 100% cotton paper with a velvety, lightly textured matte finish.

TRANS-CENDENCE #3, V1, 2021.

  • This work is offered in a limited edition of 25 copies (signed and numbered) in 4  different formats (10 copies in 20 x 30 in / 51 x 76 cm, 10 copies in 30 x 45 in / 76 x 114 cm,  4 copies in 40 x 60 in / 102 x 152 cm and 1 copy in 60 X 90 in / 152 x 228 cm). Or in more accessible form in open edition  of 8 x 12 in / 20 x 30 cm  or 12 x 18 in / 30 x 45 cm.

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