Archives ( 23 )

In the heat of the night

Archived exhibition

The call usually wakes you up in the middle of profound sleep at night. In the excitement you just jump into yesterday’s clothes, put a fistful of film rolls in your pockets and dash out to the action scene with your camera at the ready. A fire is always very easy to locate: its phantasmagoric gleam guiding you like a lighthouse from kilometres away.

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April 25th, 2011
in Archives · Guests


Morshihinskaya

Archived exhibition

Small Russian village on the north of Russia. It looks like many other villages in Russia which are situated far from the capital. The same old and poor, the same far-off and the same wild. But it’s more than an ordinary Russian village. This place is like a small spot in huge Siberia. Life between […]

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November 11th, 2010
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Lonel(i)ness

Archived exhibition

  i walk … along the roads, through the streets … with every pace i take, more and more become closer ‘IT’s insisting footsteps … i know, no matter where i go, ‘IT’s sticky gloom is following me … chasing me like a perilous shadow, tracking ghostly … i go… into the night, underneath the […]

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July 11th, 2010
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Zulu: chasing dancing ghost …

Archived exhibition

In 2009 Yours Truly was asked to craft a book cover for Labyrint, a new Copenhagen-based publishing company translating French crime novels into Danish. I was sent to Marseille to walk the path of Fabio Montale and photograph the guts of Marseille’s side in Jean-Claude Izzo’s Total Kheops. Some of the results, which have hung in […]

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June 30th, 2010
in Archives · Experiments


Time and space

Archived exhibition

Grainy Points of View This series shows, with a somehow grainy aesthetic, links between space and time, time and space, the importance of geometry, curves, lines, and the point of view. I played a game with a camera that take half-frame pictures, I shot 2 times to get a full frame picture. The result is […]

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December 20th, 2009
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Shanghai Expired

Archived exhibition

  The real Shanghai skyline is at street level. Unfortunately, the most interesting neighborhoods are being liquidated. The city thrived in transformation, but the latest changes will erase everything that was uniquely Shanghai. I’m documenting the city’s ‘residue’ using archaic tools and film media that is also dying gracefully.

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September 1st, 2009
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Nipponikong

Archived exhibition

In the sandbox in my back yard, like most American children, I too thought that if I dug a hole deep enough, I just might end up in the Orient. The fantasies of what I might find were filled with bustling rickshaws toting red-umbrella-ed geishas, orient-silk’d emperors sitting in gold-flaked thrones in Shaolin temples, Chinese-starred […]

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June 15th, 2009
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