The project L’Hôtel Imaginé is intended to be an imaginary photographic experience, an inner journey throughout these ports of call, at once within and without the city. What remains in these hushed rooms and long corridors once they have been abandoned by their occupants? The soul of the hotel, certainly, that of objects, chairs, wardrobes and pillows that have secretly kept the traces of those who once visited, and which wait, suspended in time, to be inhabited once again.
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