Lyon 2016
Lyon 2016

Digital photograph

Paris 2014
Paris 2014

Digital photograph

Lyon 2014
Lyon 2014

Digital photograph

Lyon 2015
Lyon 2015

Digital photograph

Paris 2013
Paris 2013

Digital photograph

Lyon 2014
Lyon 2014

Digital photograph

London 2014
London 2014

Digital photograph

Lyon 2014
Lyon 2014

Digital photograph

London 2014
London 2014

Digital photograph

Lyon 2016
Lyon 2016

Digital photograph

Invisible Made Visible

 

"Invisible Made Visible" is a series of photographs picturing broken glass surfaces.

 

Due to its transparency, glass is invisible. It only becomes visible either when it reflects something – and then it is not visible for itself, but rather makes visible – or when a trace is left on it.

 

In the first case it works as a mirror (or as a cinematic screen), in the latter as a protective screen, preventing us from reaching what is kept behind it. 

 

When cracked, a glass surface emerges as an aesthetic object, i.e. as a sensible object. Not only it fragments the reflected image (as well as the see-through image) making seen a number of possible images,  but it also makes the invisible protective screen re-surface as a visible – and hence sensible – object.