With the Norwegian Wood series, photographer France Dubois invites us into fragile territory. A body with a diaphanous skin, standing out against a black background, echoes the nocturnal landscapes of an unknown forest. In this universe in chiaroscuro, the artist summons the mysterious powers of nature, as a remedy for the invisible evils of our lives. The spectator walks through these northern landscapes in the manner of a lost traveler. Under his feet, branches are squeaking, in the air pale lights are dancing, ghosts or spirits. Does this body, which seems to be struggling to ward off an unknown evil,...
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