“It’s all a question of interpretation, ambiguity creates mystery and stimulates the imagination”.
The city offers itself as an accumulation of repetitive and / or unusual elements, like a mechanism with an infinite number of components. Occupied againby each individual inhabitant, with its own and ubiquitous signage, its real or fictitious landmarks. The city forms a gigantic urban “bubbling”. Its unity barely concealing the disparate, which ranges from small to large, from banal to improbable.
Captured in his urban wanderings, the “superpositions” serve to reveal, highlight and understand the relativity of things: they come from the idea that any situation is only a matter of context, circumstances and point of view.
Transforming urban landscapes by layering different places, scales and times, the superpositions create intriguing images that reveal gradually their details. Distorted, processed and reconstructed, new landscapes assert themselves.
It is the texture of the metropolis that is here offered to the spectator on an unprecedented scale, with a particular character and new dimensions.
Through superpositions, we perpetually compose and recompose a city of all scales. Linking times and places that would never have met but which follow and respect the same rules and logic.
Without forcing the need for perfect consciousness, the “superpositions” offer a way to account for this period where the image is everywhere and an intrinsic part of our daily lives. The daily flow of images in front of us our e is so enormous that it has become impossible for us to control, analyze, choose or accept it. Unconsciously, it touches us, influences us and, step by step, shapes us.
Inspired by this rich reality, each superposition contains a number of images and details that are not always visible and identifiable.
The point is not so much to be able to recognize a place or a specific scene, but rather how the audience reacts to the final work. The final image. Specific to each, the superposition will be perceived according to experience, imagination and knowledge. Fact or fiction, everyone is free to see what he wants.
A mixture of photography, transparency and urban poetry, each superposition shows the incredible complexity and diversity which today form the universe in which we live. The infinite moments of our everyday life. The mass of information that daily touch us, affects us, effloresces us, or simply disappears. It attests to the independence of the individual and the freedom to look at what belongs to us and for which we are responsible.