Moving deliberately away from the object, the works of Jean-Marie Fadier break the conventional codes of photography. In the strict etymological sense they do not "represent" (i.e. shape the light), but result from the capture of light on sensitive papers, sometimes old papers of either small or large format. By exposing these photo-sensitive surfaces to the rough climes and stormy elements of these famous Mounts of Aubrac, sung by Julien Gracq, Fadier deconstructs the photographic object.
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