Lune claire

Photographies au Collodion humide sur plaque d’aluminium.

This series of photographs on nuclear power plants presents an aesthetic of the flood through the symbolism of water.
The water, the principle of life and the destructive element, slowly glides over the walls and into the tomb of the basin, preparing for a dark funeral.
This poetics of prophecy is exacerbated by the wet plate collodion process drawing peaceful ladies on the verge of collapsing.

5×7 inch tintypes.