Coastline ‒ appropriations “In continuity with the photography that introduced the project and that was presented last year, what I’m proposing now is a series of photographs taken during my stay in the Gaspé in the spring of 2019. With Coastline I’m concerning myself with a non-urban context and deliberating over the way in which its various elements are modified by human intervention in the short, medium and long term ‒ in addition to observing how the forces that manifest themselves there cohabit. “Tackling the transformation and artificialization of the coasts, this work is made up 360˚ pictures of different locations on the linear segment of Chaleur Bay (sea, geological strata, built-up horizon), associated with textual content. What I’m offering is spatiotemporal fragments, synthesized by objective data and subjective impressions. In so doing, I’m hoping to retrace a unique moment of a place as well as the experience I made of it and the one that was shared with me. Arranged with written content, the series will recount ‒ in an experimental and documentary way ‒ different scales based on...
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