Shores, forests and beyond

Shores, forests and beyond (Open photographic corpus. Selection)

I haven’t traveled much to extract generalizations about specific objects. By looking at my pictures, I learn something about my city New Richmond. I keep going to meet him to see what has been left behind by the tidal wave of history as it washes ashore in the outpost of the developing economy and the world of commodities.

The creeping effects of development on the territory are causing changes. The geographic space of a village on Canada’s east coast is continually being crushed layer by layer by accumulating amenities. Some photographs are documents of the earth itself being prepared for its role in the consumerist society. There is a good quality of the soil in the countryside. The constant rational juxtaposition of the things in it imitates the fortuitous encounters of the pedestrian, as an opportunity.

Between fear and fascination, these images scan the material to show nature’s resilience and ability to adapt to this perpetual development. This movement shows how human subjects adapt to their artificial environment, how they form frames that link subjects, urban imperfections together, as a kind of attachment to the grip of the waves of time that break out and influence the perception of the place.

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Source
Dragon
VTT
Carnivore
cervidé
Cendrillon
Faux pas
Foyer
Carapace
Genou
Cordon ombilical
Piège
Camouflage
Passage
Pare-brise

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Shores, forests and beyond