To turn present time into a still past knowing that the whole scene already belongs to the past. Being aware that an image is imprisoned, persons captured in their own scenery, all this emphasize both pleasure and frustration in the act of photography.So I take... I record...often step by step... instinctively... just to see... I heap...I compress time itself... Later, I'll see...I want to come back to the state of spectator, to watch this universe I have myself captured. Forget the whole story and reinvent it: rather see what I have photographed than protograph what I see.The link with what is real lessens by successive obliterations to recreate a purely formal composition which has never been and comes as a substitute to reality, just as the characters, as seen from afar, become anonymous.A digital direction, in an uncertain space, of what is left of a movement...
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Artist's biography: Christian Rivière was born in Toulouse, France, in 1962. Graduated from Toulouse's UTPA , he is professionnal photographer since 1986
Biographie de l'auteur : Christian RIVIERE, né en 1962, Toulouse, France. Formation à l’ ETPA Toulouse, photographe professionnel depuis 1986.