My work questions our relationship to the visible. Beyond the dialectical relationship between photography and the pictorial arts, photography shows that color is a subject in itself. In a photograph, all trace of reality is dematerialized and returned to the state of colors organized on a surface. Since 2008, I have focused my work on the process of shooting, using the digital camera as a tool to manipulate color, without retouching the images. By working this way, each photograph carries within it the intention and the actions that produced it.
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