Blur or haze?
My work may be resulting from a series of different processes, but the observable result always retains the form of the photographic medium. With accuracy, I observe the deviation between the everyday practice of photography and my research. The photograph, without being irrefutable evidence, is a narrative of the real, or at least a representation of the real.

At first sight, the main goal is to plunge the viewer into a believable reality; a very simple image actually. But the world I offer them seems realistic, until the viewer is overwhelmed by one question. A seeming non-reality emerges rapidly and immediately raises the question… what do I see? And then, thought enters to assist the perception.