Back in the day, at 34 rue Émile Carpentier, the air was filled with the smell of white spirit and ink used to freeze words on paper. Today, this former printing house is filled with the scent of sweat, with energy and sounds.
«34, Rue Émile Carpentier» is a long series of photographs taken at the Tictac Art Centre, a cultural centre dedicated to dance and visual arts, and more particularly to the practices of instantaneous composition and improvisation.
This project is not only the documentation of a space, ephemeral movements, diverse bodies and a heterogeneous public. Rather, it is the convergence of different temporalities, a dialogue between two fields, photography and dance. A dynamic exchange between the speed of movement, the reflex of capturing the moment, the hiatus of editing and the permanence of printing on paper.
After spending two years capturing the life of the place, immersed in daily life, this project wants to tell the chronicle of a period to the rhythm of snapshots, a choreography of images based on fleeting moments, stolen glances, dreamy expectations and overflowing emotions.
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