I will be living in my small room inside of my even smaller town for an unanticipated extra year. I can't find new things here anymore, so I'm beginning to lose my mind. My daily motions blur together, every experience seeming muted and unconscious as I form suitable responses to questions and complete daily tasks. This work embodies all of the simple and quiet ways that this town has been crawling under my skin. This is my White Line Fever.
— Michelle Norris
"Close to us, close to our homes, should we decide to look at them, here is a succession of moments of light that exalt the beauty of the world and decline emotions" — Christian Caujolle
Images—like swimming pools—are layered with ambiguity and anxiety, constantly in flux, echoing our shifting states of mind.
The hypermarkets of France sometimes look like consumerism on steroids. Photographertakes it one step further with his series of "shoppers" flying and floating through the aisles like superheros or astronauts. And yes, they are real photographs, no tricks.
While the world has been subjected to innumerable selfies in the past couple of years, these unusual self-portraits of the cameras themselves (no extended arm in sight!) offer us some genuine intimacy and unique personalities.