Based mainly in an urban setting, and exploiting the techniques of multiple exposure and superimposition, my photographic approach originates from experiments with photo-sensitive materials.
Indeed, what remains of the representation of the subject of a photograph after repeated exposure to light and a succession of shutter releases, of its association with time and place, and also of the movements of my body? A singular fragmentation.
This process of repetition with the camera has led me to develop a special way of thinking about photographic practice. There are also reflections on the history of photography that the camera obscura enables me to record. Lines and volumes appear, a "new reality" is created: images are born whose graphic quality is willingly mysterious...
This approach allows me to produce images which might well come from "another time" and which arise from a desire to not represent reality, or perhaps to represent it in a different way...
Starting from sequential geometries and unlikely associations of planes and frames, the final image pertains to dreams, to vestiges of moments and to the imagination; also to the memory of photosensitive materials. It is a means of expression which involves at one and the same time a reference to the dimension of time in the preparation of an image, an imprint of the movement of my body, and the evolutionary process of interpreting this same image by he or she who is contemplating it.