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Journal n°2 - La vitre teintée
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  • Vue de l'exposition à la Kunsthalle d'Erfurt, 2013
  • Vue de l'exposition à la Kunsthalle d'Erfurt, 2013
  • Vue de l'exposition à la Kunsthalle d'Erfurt, 2013

  • Journal n°2 / The tinted glass incorporates the principles used in the Journal n°1 - The bricks. The photographer is staged here in the particular context of the contemporary and financial district of EuraLille. Framing focuses on a tinted window maintained firmly with both hands, playing with reflections and transparencies, the shot and the reverse angle. In this new neighborhood in Lille, banking buildings rivals with affairs and gambling ones; an architecture of power so where elegance and architectural prowess combine with strength and insurance. Supremacy to the reflective material allows each building to be reflect in that one facing it. The tinted window taken with both hands amplifies sham games just, while replaying the posture of the newspaper reader or the figure of the protester.

    Journal n°2 - La vitre teintée
    Read the text | Back to gallery

    Vue de l'exposition à la Kunsthalle d'Erfurt, 2013
    Vue de l'exposition à la Kunsthalle d'Erfurt, 2013

    Journaux plaquardés au mur

    Vue de l'exposition à la Kunsthalle d'Erfurt, 2013
    Vue de l'exposition à la Kunsthalle d'Erfurt, 2013

    Vue de l'exposition à la Kunsthalle d'Erfurt, 2013

    Vue de l'exposition à la Kunsthalle d'Erfurt, 2013
    Vue de l'exposition à la Kunsthalle d'Erfurt, 2013

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    Journal n°2 / The tinted glass incorporates the principles used in the Journal n°1 - The bricks. The photographer is staged here in the particular context of the contemporary and financial district of EuraLille. Framing focuses on a tinted window maintained firmly with both hands, playing with reflections and transparencies, the shot and the reverse angle. In this new neighborhood in Lille, banking buildings rivals with affairs and gambling ones; an architecture of power so where elegance and architectural prowess combine with strength and insurance. Supremacy to the reflective material allows each building to be reflect in that one facing it. The tinted window taken with both hands amplifies sham games just, while replaying the posture of the newspaper reader or the figure of the protester.