Françoise Catalàa's obsession would be to show not things, but things that are between things, not one sculpture or another, but space and above all time which, from one to the other, quiver, wobble or topple over.
In this Pythagorean work, everything is played out, as in music, in intervals, pauses, silences, discreet recurrences or subtle sighs.
Here everything takes place in the cracks, everything vibrates in syncope, everything is stretched in the desire that a form has for the one that follows.
Art critic and philosopher.
Catalog fragment. Exhibition Suresnes 1989