Exhibition of the artist Mathieu Piranda from France on the 18th of November 2017.
About the exhibition :
Analog photographs of women portraits interlaced with nature and architecture using the multiple exposure process : first, film is exposed with interior portraits ; then, film is rewound ; finally exteriors scenes are shot on the same film. The superimposition of this two exposures creates oneiric and surprising pictures. Textures and geometries emerge of the darkest parts of women portraits until it fade to the brightest parts.
Mathieu Piranda - 2017
Landscapes of Rorschach
Landscapes are a geometrical representation of nature. Behind the apparent chaos of trees, forests, rocks, and mountains, there is an accurate organization. The existing geometry is pushed to its paroxysm by applying digitally a perfect axial symmetry. This project is inspired by the Rorschach test in which subjects describe their perception of symmetrical inkblots. These are not just photographs, and you are not just a spectator : what do you see in these abstract patterns and shapes ? And what could it means about you ?
Mathieu Piranda - 2015
More about this serie with this article on VICE
Link to the event : Mathieu Piranda / Vernissage