Galerie Particulière in Paris is exhibiting the images both scientific and poetic of the photographer who received the Niépce Award in 2015. At the edge of deserted spaces, on the verge of where the void draws everything that man could possibly do to try to exist, a figure and installations of unclear appearance face us. Scraps from architecture, observatories, and measuring...
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