« Like Bruce Chatwin’s travel diaries, Matt Wilson’s photographic wanderings occasional produce some pictures. Few, indeed, but so unusual, slightly damaged due to the outdated film he uses. His vision is outdated, he doesn’t want to capture reality, just an instant. An instant / time, a meeting. A language develops through his travels. If he traveled widely in Europe, he ended up in a new territory, the United States. His vision is surprising and delivers an astonishing vision revealed in an instant. » Christine Ollier
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