Photography and philosophy work together. That is I will not be a photographer if I don't manage the gap, if I try to close it with a definite subject, for example, even with my own "I" as a closed identity; and also a philosophy becomes a dogmatism if it does not respect the gap between the thought and the things.
I try to find my photographic aesthetic, to manage this gap in a way that will be mine, even if I don't know clearly who I am as a photographer. My pictures are something like an introspection, but thrown to the world. So I build my self as a corpus of pictures with an only certitude : I am not the first and my photographs have to inherit and continue some of the many histories of photography and art which inhabit now my gaze.
I hope they will be new seeds for new pictures which will germinate from the ground of our memories.