He has taken part in the festival in all the editions covered by Christian Caujolle’s three-year curatorship, developing and fine-tuning his reflections on the practical possibilities of the use of projection. Since what is at play concentrates on putting photographs in perspective within the public space, suddenly, in the mix of poetry and new possibilities of interpretation, images can take...
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