Eric Bourret is a walker, and he loves the mountains. His series Timescape examines landscapes and their relationship to time. He takes photographs in nature using a superimposition process with the negatives, which changes the standard perception of photography as instantaneous. Here, in the same image, the relationship between the past and the present can be felt. The photographs alone tell a little bit of the story. Like the image of passersby who have left their footprints in the snow, and who becomes almost invisible silhouettes in the distance. The series is on view at the Galerie Lazarew (Paris) through December 28, 2013.
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