Photographs are inventing and producing spaces. Photographs can interpret real places and create new ones, depending on the selected point of view. For his first exhibition, this young photographer from Studio Images decided to question the shape of the space by playing a game – difficult – to reach perspective, focal points, and the center of the image.
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