That gesture possesses an invisible thread, though we have forgotten it, that unconsciously leads us into the room we open before our eyes
or we leave behind us. We want to make visible that thread created by the handle as a moment suspended between two moments.
The two-dimensional thread extends from the various borders of the door and forms the handle, then continuing its voyage in the imagination, towards the other side, then upward, then in another direction.
It is a line that could host or sum up words, memories, dreams, emotions. The relationship between the surface of a door and its thickness thus becomes similar to a movement that is designed on that surface like a materic, empathic “soligram.”