With the Œillères series, the flowers I shot becomes an allegory of the human condition. Suspending the moment of decay, wherein that volatile yet neglected moment of decline is magnified. At a time when what surrounds me appears, smooth and lean the bodies depicted echo the flora.With shrouded faces, focus remains on the corporeal, the flesh. Œillères is a series comprised of 31 images, […]
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