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At(h)ome was born following my installation in the mountains two years ago. With this radical change of place and rhythm of life, I had the feeling of having finally found my place in the world.
At(H)ome questions the perception of the territory in a place where remarkable landscapes and everyday landscapes merge into an intimate geography. Nowhere else had I found landscapes so resonant with my thoughts.
Lost in the middle of these natural landscapes, the trace of man becomes humble. The man here coexists with the other inhabitants of the place, lost in this immensity like planets in the universe.
The choice of presentation was very important to me: The interplay of relationships between the images of each quadriptych gives it more strength than each image taken in isolation, like a molecule made up of atoms.
Nature is here in large format while life, both animal and human, is placed on its proper scale in this landscape.