Born in France in 1979, Vincent J. Stoker started to use photography “by necessity” to express artistically the topic he’s almost obsessed with since he discovered an abandoned paper factory in Corbeilles-Essone: ruined locations. His work is called Heterotopia, following the concept of the philosopher, tries to explore other ruined locations, halfway between an utopia and the real world.
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