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UN-POSSIBLE RETOUR

Attracted by the photograph’s ability to cross the time, I looked at my family albums and re-examined familiar scenes.I pore over my snapshots intrigued by the way I presented myself to the camera, how my parents saw our family and how those choices influenced my memory. Restaging a specific instant can take weeks of planning and several hours of shooting while the original moment happened spontaneously and without control. A memory is never static, it changes as we grow, time become a creative space of evolution.In the conparaison I unavoidably failed, we have to fail. There is no return into time.

My father

 

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UN-POSSIBLE RETOUR

Attracted by the photograph’s ability to cross the time, I looked at my family albums and re-examined familiar scenes.I pore over my snapshots intrigued by the way I presented myself to the camera, how my parents saw our family and how those choices influenced my memory. Restaging a specific instant can take weeks of planning and several hours of shooting while the original moment happened spontaneously and without control. A memory is never static, it changes as we grow, time become a creative space of evolution.In the conparaison I unavoidably failed, we have to fail. There is no return into time.

My father

 

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