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    This serie is a study questionning the landscape photography. It was made by the mean of volumes modeled by light. The naked bodies are supports … Read More
    This serie is a study questionning the landscape photography. It was made by the mean of volumes modeled by light. The naked bodies are supports for the representation of landscape topography, and are interpreted by the mean of shadow rays. The shapes are obtain by the work on the orientation of the bodies and shadows, cutting the volumes in an esthetical way. They reveal land sceneries, hills, vales, and question the viewer about the nature of the captured subject. This serie also leads a graphical approach of the body in the manner of stencil drawing or 3D modeling. The photos have no title so as to let the viewer discover this bare territory, novel yet familiar. Read Less
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Ce projet a été réalisé par le Collectif Moins Trente Sept (-37).
This project was made by the -37 artists collective.
Cette série présente une étude du paysage par le moyen de volumes modelés par la lumière. Les corps nus servent de support à la représentation topographique du paysage, interprétés à l’aide de raies d’ombre. La recherche des formes est effectuée par l’orientation du corps et des ombres découpant ainsi esthétiquement les volumes. Ces formes rappellent des paysages, des collines, des vallons et questionnent l’observateur sur la nature même du sujet photographié.
Cette série apporte également une approche graphique du corps, proche du dessin au pinceau ou de la modélisation 3D.
Les photos n’ont ici pas de titre afin de laisser l’observateur découvrir ce territoire nouveau, vierge, inconnu et pourtant si familier.
This serie is a study questionning the landscape photography. It was made by the mean of volumes modeled by light. The naked bodies are supports for the representation of landscape topography, and are interpreted by the mean of shadow rays. The shapes are obtain by the work on the orientation of the bodies and shadows, cutting the volumes in an esthetical way. They reveal land sceneries, hills, vales, and question the viewer about the nature of the captured subject.
This serie also leads a graphical approach of the body in the manner of stencil drawing or 3D modeling.
The photos have no title so as to let the viewer discover this bare territory, novel yet familiar.