in Time
, 2012
Inkjet printing on matt paper
40 x 60 cm

How to make tangible the sensible and the unspeakable?

To some extent, life is made of accumulation, stack and interlacing of stories, creating other stories to a different time scale. The story never takes place in space but in time. Thus each image, while being an instantaneous and dated footprint of a space, actually describes a time more global which is the one of history. The accumulation of these stories, with the creation of photographic series creates in turn a new narrative film (movie) in some way. I am interested in trivial moments, which may seem insignificant at first glance but in fact have an infinite worth. I use photography to imprint this banality and sublime it. I attempt to reveal the strangeness and artificiality of everyday life.