Thomas Bilanges

1969 (Nîmes)
Living in : Paris et Nice
Working in : Paris et Nice

"...Aesthetics of movement, first of all, thanks to the mastery of the variations in speed of the shot; and an opportunity to note that photography, which is said to freeze its images, can capture speed as well if not better than cinema. Aesthetics especially of the transformation of reality, transformation "at sight", which makes pass from the visible to the invisible, from the known to the unknown, from the readable to the indecipherable, from the being to the nothing. To end up with the paradoxical fixation of an indeterminate object, probably in relation with the unconscious of Thomas Bilanges, perhaps with his fears or his obsessions.

Clément ROSSET " The ghosts of the Bay of Angels "

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