Landscapes of dreams, brush-strokes in the sky. Traces left on every image, isn’t that how memory works ?
Walking around Europe or just around the corner with an old wooden view camera on my shoulder. A different way to meet places. A different pace. A great way to meet curious bystanders, and have a few chats, casual or profound.
Keep a trace, leave a trace.
Back in the darkroom, I want the images to reflect the moments captured. Slow. Iconic. Out of time. Developed with sponges and brushes, the photographs look like black and white paintings. Surreal. Landscapes of dreams, brush-strokes and stains in the sky. Traces left on every image, isn’t that how memory works ?
traces: fine art series
Approximately 100 images and running.
Reproductions of sponge developed negative prints on Epson Velvet Fine Art paper. From 13x18cm (5×7 inches) big format paper negatives.
Limited editions of 25 prints, signed and numbered.
Various formats up to approx. A2.
First exhibition: December 2013. Exhibited in Como and Turin.
Places depicted: Paris, Feyzin (France), Lyon, Munich, Turin, Como.
For further information regarding fine art prints, feel free to contact me.