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THE WIND THROWS UP THE DUST

Direct impressions on linen: 300cm x 150cm

.Direct wood prints: 87cm x 60cm
Former shelves of the Fabre Museum library Montpellier. 18th-century oak.

My intention was to minimize the presence of the photographic production stage.
I searched for media and printing techniques capable of recording the imprint of time in the material.

Referring to the shroud, I found in the linen a fluidity and transparency that highlight the evanescence,
The disappearance, the trace.

 

My choice of wood was inspired by icons and altar pieces.
The shelves, with cut edges, give the impression of wall fragments.

 

Former shelves of the Fabre Museum library, Montpellier.
18th-century oak wood. Beyond the photographic work, two parts of history are brought together.

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ASSOCIATED TRIPTYCHS

Inkjet prints on oil paper and Canson 

65cm x27cm

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ASSOCIATED TRIPTYCHS

Inkjet prints on oil paper and Canson 

65cm x27cm

bandeau site.jpg

ASSOCIATED TRIPTYCHS

Inkjet prints on oil paper and Canson 

65cm x27cm

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ASSOCIATED TRIPTYCHS

Inkjet prints on oil paper and Canson 

65cm x27cm

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ASSOCIATED TRIPTYCHS

Inkjet prints on oil paper and Canson 

65cm x27cm