'A century between us'
printed on plexiglass 1x1m
‘A century between us’ is a body of photographic superposition, where the artist combines his pictures to the one of his ancestor, André Burgeat born at the end of the XIX century, who died in the 60s.
Juxtaposing these pictures allows an analysis of the evolution of our modern world, over a century.
The superposed photographies follow the same subjects : the city, the nude, family, etc. It relates strongly with the theme of ‘Evidence’ : the pictures of his ancestor are used as direct proof of the past, reinterpreted in modern ways.
Evidence of our changing world and of the ever changing view of photographers.