This series of ammunition cross-sections was photographed inside a WWII bunker in Switzerland in October of 2012. The entire series consists of 900 specimens. I was originally intrigued by the ambiguous nature of the subject matter. The cross-sections reveal a hidden complexity and beauty of form, which stands in vast contrast to the destructive purpose of the object. It is a representation of the evil and the beautiful, a reflection of the human condition.
— Sabine Pearlman
A visually philosophical meditation on the difficulty of trying to organize, analyze and understand layers of memories, ideas, emotions, images, words, fantasies, dreams, philosophies, spiritual queries, and conflicting beliefs.
treats photography as a vehicle for painting, collage and sculpture. He uses the chemicals in his dark-room as a painter uses color, developing the compositions and allowing for processes outside his direct control.
With beads, colored thread and scissors, French photographer