Celine Croze Nothing Happened
In your work you talk about a trembling ground, that seems to align itself to your emotional mood, as it could become a sounding board through which you can project outside of yourself your emotions. How much a place influences you, modifies you, and how instead you act on a place by transforming it through your emotional status?
Your photography plays on vacuous signs, suggesting delicate and obscure worlds in which someone can immerse himself. Your stories seem more to evoque than to describe. Why does this language belong to you?
In your projects you tell stories about men, but in the same time you also talk in general about the human condition.
What do you think about the human being?