The randomness, in this series, is a primordial component which fully shapes the result and the final rendering. The real does not seem completely captured: the support resists the visible. And this to call out the spectators. In this photographic narration between reality and fiction, I offer you characters: are they survivors, fugitives or confined? This is an invitation to imagine and trace their stories. An incentive also to explore a nameless city populated by faceless people, abandoned just like the places they occupy, which are both their cage and their cocoon. This conception of photography leads me to an exploration of the hidden corners of the soul, to the representation of dark, strange and ambiguous places, places that everyone could identify, while being unable to locate them clearly. Finally, to transport you to this somewhat uncertain world, I chose to add to the randomness a form of timelessness, a particular rendering that the Zeiss Nettar 6×6 camera combined with an artisanal Washi film allows . The use of mixed techniques: alternative, digital and analog. – Véronique Evrard About...
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