Bertrand Noël belongs to that generation of photographers completely at ease in their many talents. As both a cameraman and a film stills photographer, the construction of the cinema image or photographic image is his favorite tool in his relationship to the real, in order to avoid the over communication of our world, as he underlined in his series Pandemie, “to be a hostage to comfort and paranoia.”
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