Sometimes it happens that objects release a discrete energy. All things contain a veil within them; we have it in our gaze and sometimes we would like to remove it. The purpose of the acts of seeing and thinking is to reach where it was never possible to reach before; but to put the veil over something also means to save and resuscitate that something, to present it another way. In this series of photographs, Séma Chéein, there is a form where the temporal submersion gives us a more removed quality… the neutrality of Time. It is in this neutrality that the series takes part in.
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