Out of Nothing
Out of Nothing, a series of photographs made without any staging, special effects or gimmicks, is the fruit of my wanderings across the territory of Greater Montreal.
These shots, aim to transcribe the visual and graphic dimensions of my everyday life in the city.
There is no ambition in these photographs to represent so-called noble subjects according to the classic aesthetic canons of art photography, but the will to assemble and to constitute into coherent landscapes, disparate objects and items which are seemingly insignificant signs of the city.
Also, these elements, sometimes degraded, a priori boring and ugly, gathered in one image, ultimately aim at showing tableaux where the juxtaposition of shapes, shadows and vibrating colors interrogates and challenges the viewer.