Very attached to the organic world surrounding him, Laurent borrows from natural elements such as wood or stone, which he uses as an impression medium. Moulding makes it possible to discover what is not apparent at first glance about existing shapes and textures. The void becomes solid and thick after applying porcelain to these natural materials. The use of enamels that he mixes and layers reveals a second parallel environment. A microscopic world of cells and microorganisms strews surfaces and oscillates between the underwater world and the underground.