“The movement of light particles, the incident of a reflection, the ephemeral of delicate things, I consider this like a respiration, a breath of light. This phenomena can be perceived by the temperature, air humidity, dust particles ,…etc.
The camera makes it possible to halt movement, change the color or saturate the space to show ‘’ some things that come from nothing ”
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