In "Medusa (or on the eve of a lost world)” as well as in his serie "Natives", "M" tells us about ephemerality (of the human race, about life in general) suggesting remnants of an ancient and remote civilization extinct and lost, perhaps inhabitants of a "Lovecraftian" macrocosm of outer space or could be the representation of a microcosm, the depths of the magnified interior of the human being, molecules, bacteria, microbes, neurons ?... snippets of life in the final, what, even though it accompanies us throughout our lives, is actually so alien to us.
"I destroy what I do all the time. Then I throw away the destroyed parts on the earth, outdoors in the rain or in the sun and wait for the resurrection.
To create you have to destroy. From iconoclastia, from destruction, from degradation comes life because decaying matter, and in this case decomposed art are the fertilisers of the new creation, of the new life.”