The object of this proposal is to put into perspective, through what is forgotten, of oblivion itself. The choice of black and white allows me to place the photographs in a time undetermined. The processing of images places them in a cloudy area, between drawing and photographic plate.
What I’m trying to capture is the very essence of it, when the movement is absent from these inert forms to highlight the fragility of the Left account.
I have to grasp this fragility, serious and tenacious, and light it up with melancholy of an ambience and of the object itself. But the thing is forgetting, this unexplained forgetfulness that lets die and gives way to a suspense that no longer awaits fall.
Laurence Manesse Césarini