Instare Kairos

(standed above the instant)

Series of 6 analog photographics
digital print
37.5 x 25 cm

Instare : instant > composed of -in (in, among, on) and stare (stand) > stand above
Kairos : one of the three concepts of time in greek mythology. He is the precise moment, delimited.

Instare Kairos could be translated as “instant, instant” or “standed above the instant”


In 2005 in Nantes took place the demolition of the Tripode. I took 6 negative photos of its progressive fall and used it to multiply them and print them in different forms.
Through photography, the building is frozen in time, representing only a snapshot taken on a real, that is constantly in movement and also offering several levels of reading through the overlay of image and text.


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