The Morning After
“ From death, frontiers between sharpness and blur dilute and disappear.
Photographs fill up with objects and people we will never be able to seize.
I create faded visions, ambiguous and troubled, as are my recollections.
Each photograph becomes an allegory, an ephemeral.
Extracted from reality, turned into fictions, they become triggers of my memory,
shaping one by one, my phantasmagoria. From this metamorphosis, the future rises. ”