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HAS TRANSPARENCY EVER REALLY SHOWN REALITY?
Through my photographic work over the past few years, I question the limits of our parallel realities. By PARALLEL REALITIES, I mean these filters imposed on us by our knowledge, our cultures, our languages, our past, our education, our projections, our impressions, our emotions, ... like so many superimposed layers that influence our way of perceiving reality and apprehend the world.
I chose to illustrate my reflections through the theme of the window: both a physical border between the inside and the outside, and a philosophical limit between the known and the unknown, the visible and the invisible. , what is seen and what is felt.
The window is supposed to give us an objective opening to what lies behind it, and the clarity of the glass offers the illusion of being able to see through it.
And yet, if we pay enough attention to it, glass always alters the image it reveals, just like the filters of our internal borders on reality. The image behind the window is therefore constantly renewed, multifaceted and subjective.
There is not just one reality, but several ephemeral realities, endlessly composed and deformed.