His name: Jean Pierre Daunis. Twice his exhibition in a Toulouse gallery has been canceled. The most recent reason is that access to the Gallery is prohibited due to the building next door threatening to collapse. That’s a lot of bad luck so here are his images and his text! The Pools of Lights are immersive digital exhibitions in the former Bordeaux submarine base made up of 4 gigantic pools offering 12,000 m² of projection surface. The tour takes place on footbridges over the water and along the docks of the basins. The show is grandiose thanks to 90 video projectors and 80 speakers. The images match the architecture of the Submarine Base and are reflected in the water of the four huge basins. At this moment you can see works by Gustav Klimt and Paul Klee. I took these photos without a tripod at slow speeds which produced shots with slight motion blur. This suits me perfectly because my intention was not to do a photo reportage but to bring back creative images. And looking at them I have...
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