The Synopsis paintings follow the previous experiments of the Horizons series, pursuing in a broader manner this fictional approach to this notion of a territory as a place where issues of a perceptual, melodramatic, apocalyptic and romantic nature unfold. The objective is to establish a vision, both a critical and crazed, of the transformation of the territory, and to question how its representation measures up to the ingratitude or splendour of human intervention. Here I directly and brutally ask the question: how does humankind perceive or maintain its relationship with its environment? In breathless illustration, this project gathers many recurring themes in my work, namely grid, gesture, representation, order, chaos, nature, architecture, urbanity and absurdity. The series tries to echo the symptoms of our society, leaving the formal constraints of the medium, as well as the higher painterly pursuits, to work secretly in the background. The subject takes over and weighs each of the elements depicted to establish the sought after fiction, pushing it towards a strange narration that never clearly reveals the story that seem to at once revisit, and hide from, our gaze.