With Guillaume Hebert photography becomes a matter of dreams but also of reflection on the world and on time. Haunts and metamorphoses give birth to reconfigured places or volumes. The artist does not try to close, he multiplies the proposals. All of them retain power and mystery and continue to evolve, to “involute”. To feel becomes a matter of both space and place. A paradoxical place where one experiences contact and distance. What do we see then? The void of a missing presence. But it’s not about suggesting a memory. The artist occupies the place, he lets see the fullness...
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