Chemin de Boston 14 bis
Chemin de Boston 14 bis
Pictures from the book "La Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Lausanne"
Available in bookstores and at the cathedral.
Format: 24 x 30 cm. Connected full size under color laminated dust jacket.
256 color illustrations. Numerous plans.
Published by La Bibliothèque des Arts
Cruise, currently and as it tends to become, seems to be the future of the travel industry and entertainment gathered.
It is a living compression of the here and the elsewhere, the travel and the comfort, the discovery and the routine.
In a dazzling expansion of innovations, the ships are growing up and up, allowing this reflect of society to enhance even better.
These microcosms, blends of small miniature cities and malls are dramatically showing people's need of immediacy and individual choices.
Is it the beginning of what the ultimate leisure is going to be, or what the space conquest, right out from a science-fiction novel, could be?
War has always carried aesthetic and moral values represented by various art forms, which have become romantic models of beauty and death, of beauty in death. Throughout time and the history of violence, these representations have gone along with the prevailing art forms, illustrating bravery, weaponry, martial gestures and the purest animal emotions. Those who represent war have always done so with romanticism, both physical and spiritual.
After being fascinated by the heroic war fantasy brought to life, encompassing feelings and sensations and visual conditions,
I was inspired to document this phenomenom.
The participants reinterpret themselves as heroic figures with the pleasure of the inner thrill. One is the avatar. The staging, the number of participants, the appearances, accessories, action and behavior are all adaptable parts of this image to be experimented.
Nowadays, visual report of reality is the common reference or denominator, whatever the reality represented; visual reporting has more impact than the action itself. This absurd confusion is subtly infiltrating reality, and in order to create this perverted heroic image, fake and real-life are merging into confusion.
This series shows a workshop of this confusion.
PATRIMOINE ARCHITECTURAL VAUDOIS DU XXe sc.
Extracts of a commission to photograph architectural works figuring at the XXth c. Vaud Region Architectural Patrimony
(Patrimoine Architectural Vaudois du XXème sc.).
This work has been realized during my civil service at the architectural survey of the Vaud region, CH, 2010.
An illustrated book of this survey has to come out in Fall 2012.
Under the direction of Bruno Marchand
Editorial coordination : Marielle Savoyat
Texts from Bruno Marchand, Marielle Savoyat, Jean-Claude Girard, Christine von Büren, Laurent Chenu, Eric Teysseire
Iconographic researches : Jana Vuilleumier
Freelance photographer since 2010.
Member of Near, swiss association for contemporary photography, since 2009.
Assistant of the Amsterdam based still life photographers
Maurice Scheltens and Liesbeth Abbenes. Close collaboration to the making of M. Scheltens’ book “On Display”.
Bachelor of the University of art and design Lausanne, ÉCAL, visual communication department, photography option. (École Cantonal d’Art de Lausanne, bachelor en communication visuelle, option photographie)
School of Applied Arts Vevey, obtention of the federal certificate of ability in photography.
(Ecole supérieure d’Arts Appliqués de Vevey, CFC en photographie)
CABLE TIE LAMPS
Pictures of a series of Lamp made by designer Fabien Cappello.
Banque de Dépôts et de Gestion , CH
La Bibliothèque des Arts
Monocle (magazine), UK
SWISS magazine, CH
UBS Service (magazine), CH