Bodies and Limits

      This work questions the body as a surface. The envelope of our body is the first contact we have with others. By using different photographic techniques and layers, it questions the materiality of the body and the skin. By their physical properties, paper and flesh have a very close bond. They are living materials that age, deteriorate and tear over time. The inscribed and indelible traces represent the memory of a moment lived.

    The wefts of impressions, the defects, the textures of paper and organic materials appearing on the images make the sensory materiality of these layers visible. The analogical modification is then primordial, because it highlights the relationship to touch, the central meaning of my research, as much by the process as by the result.