Through its particular relationship with reality, I like the idea that photography is an exploration of the moment from within.

Moreover, French philosopher Jacques Rancière defines some photography as “pensive images”, when the representation is suspended, when the image leaves us in uncertainty, when the image is between art and non-art, between copies of a thing and the operation of the artist, between the simple document and work with its singular aura, also both active and passive.

Some types of street-photography can be like that.


— Jean-Jacques Bernard