Cityscape marshals the founding principles of an artistic process based on a double exposure technique, where a sudden swivelling motion triggers the transfiguration of the visible. The photographer travels in quest of familiar images in order to expose their hidden architecture: his sculptural compositions, crystallised in monumental stainless steel prints, seem to give access to the hidden dimensions of space and time.
This approach of urban subjects induces an unprecedented reflection on human progress through our contemporary civilization, and revitalizes the traces of a humanity that never ceases to surprise us with its ingenious creations. Carried out over a period of 8 years, this project spotlights architectural material that exposes its true singularity and richness through a body of work selected from 65 cities and 40 countries across all continents.
None of the images have been digitally superimposed.