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Bouncing forward (diptychs or triptychs)

“Bouncing forward” displays different series of works illustrating the way urban narrations interact with our environment. Unexpected elements of surprise and non-linear changes translate into pictures where logics and rationalities are challenged. Beyond the pedagogical dimension of photography “Bouncing forward” does not aim to elaborate on the importance of the questions but depicts the way emotions and unconventional narratives contribute to a better understanding of urban vulnerabilities.


    Adaptation cannot be understood without resilience thinking. Inventing new environments enabling to bounce forward cannot be done without the willingness to reconsider prevailing urbanism logics… Read More »Ephemerality.

    Urban fugues.

      Urban fugues, as an ode to the contribution of cultural heritage to resilience, challenge the assumption of a (post) pandemic urban fear depopulating the city.… Read More »Urban fugues.

      At the edge.

        What are museums for? How committed are they to the commons? Do they value members of their community? What is the meaning of culture? Is… Read More »At the edge.

        Walking by.

          Photographing urban spaces helps to understand that a city is a place where conceiving and living may confront each other when the sense of resilience… Read More »Walking by.