“The encounter with the reproduction of a molding of the Inconnue of the Seine was decisive. From the first shots, I imagined a staging with this enigmatic beauty, as inhabited by his presence. Staging, Sculpture, stone, death as non-living are invited to “live” through my staging reproduced with photography. I try to capture “the refusal of mourning as an inner […]
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