After exploring many artistic techniques, today Xavier Spatafora chooses to work with posters torn off in successive layers. On the reverse, where we can try to make out the trace of the wall, he uses black pen to draw the shapes of endangered animals, species of natural fruit, outstretched hands, and clenched fists. The style is hyper-realistic, yet the images seem ghostly. He demonstrates the unavoidable spectre of time, our fleeting existences, and our surroundings, enclosed in folds and layers. His art explores the influence of the marks we leave behind, and that of those left by the artist.