February 2010, Digital Print, in Perceptive Landscapes exhibition.
When someone is confronted to a natural phenomenon, which is alive and moving, the first though we have to understand this phenomenon is to associate it with a similar element representing something real, sometimes on a different scale, and most of the time that first impression is the one that permeates memory. Unless you have a need to go further, the viewer is held and stick to it.
Shorescape attempts to provide directly the second reading, the one that reveals a different reality than that offered by the model. By showing photographs of a selected event perceived as a moving one, the image reveals a figurative element invisible at the first reading.