36 photographs, 3 videos, 42 dried flowers and 14 drawings, 2008-2013 “Developed from 2008 to 2013, this series of large-format images finds its inspiration in the beginnings of photography, when in 1838,” Boulevard du Temple “by Louis Daguerre, showed a street apparently empty where only a shoe shine boy could be seen . The long time of exposure only showed what was immobile. Human activity disappeared. The images were then recomposed as paintings and two technological eras of the history of photography met, giving birth to a kind a kind of “modern daguerreotypes”. Our intention in this project was to...
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