PIGMENT BRIDES

 

Those photographs are one of my favorites. 

They are part of a project I created, directed, produced, and photographed in the Loire Valley, France. 

It  had involved 65 participants during 4 sessions in a 2 years period.
45 other persons had contributed to the exhibition which will take place in 2020/ 2021 and 2022.

100 people were fully dedicated  to those "Tableaux vivants" which were created with volatile materials, dropped from 50 feet above.

Like a second skin, ashes, coal, clay, pigments, water and smoke were covering the brides down below evolving through space and time, also refering to symbolism in Art History.

It is the way they would stand back up that interest me the most. 

 

 

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