Arnaud Thurel was working to help a theatre company with their visuals for their website and press releases… Not only Arnaud’s pictures are very original and (as always) nice but the whole concept is interesting. One should check the group’s website, their name is Pince sans rire (which very badly translate to “dry humour” and lose the pun with biking I am afraid…) and the press release pdf with Arnaud’s pictures all over is here.
Have you already heard about “Lost places”? No? Absolutely impossible! Again and now with long and particularly relevant words and for our great pleasure th (alias Arnaud Thurel) exposes his vision and the profound reasons that led him to accomplish this protographic work on browfields. This interview reveals the deep thoughts behind the project and shed an interesting light on Arnaud’s approach to photography. Well done boy! PS: I love the cap, so French.. Follow the link to read the interview (in French).
At the opening of “Lost Places 2,” Arnaud Thurel’s exhibition at Espace Paul Jarogt in Crolles, France, a musical slideshow was projected. It showed an incredible amount of Arnaud’s work and was created in collaboration with the musician Jean Thoumin.