While the Galerie Duboys continues its exhibition 3ème tour, musique d'une campagne, Stéphanie de Rougé is also presenting in Paris a new series of photographs taken with an iPhone. The exhibition will be on display at the Galerie Photo12 until June 24. “I have always been fascinated by airports. Always. My partner often asks me why I insist on arriving four hours early to the airport. He has trouble adjusting to the idea that, for me, these hours both at the airport and on the plane are the voyage. Before and after, all you have is reality, and no matter what kind of reality it is, it’s real.
Behind the glass doors, on the moving sidewalks, at the counter, in the private rooms, the baggage hold, on the escalators, standing before the duty-free shops, in the long hallways, on the plastic seats, underneath the arrival and departure monitors, at the checkpoints, behind the airplane windows, behind the folding curtains, under the red blanket—time disappears and space distends at the rate of weightlessness...
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