All Hamak’s work is an extreme synthesis between idea, form, material and action, as well as demonstrating an interdependence between each of these notions. This imparts to the work its sense of the absolute and causes it to be both personal and impersonal, subjective and objective, organic and inorganic. The work becomes a metamorphosis jealously safeguarding its secrets within the opacity and the glow of its materials. Nor is it by chance that we speak of metamorphosis: the process by which Hamak arrives at these geometric forms is extremely slow and complex, the result of a careful dosing of pigments, natural and synthetic resins, and of wax. It is a method of working halfway between artistic and scientific experimentation. It is an art of pure imagination and of pure contemplation, one that shares in the silence evoked by light.