Description:
"Mirage Bodies" highlights the truth of bodies that happen without reality. This series is composed of shadows and lights which imply disturbing carnal sensations. The relationship between our bodies and their images has always been fluid with the body that we judge when we meet it in the mirror, that we show or that we hide, which changes over time ... Photography can sublimate the body or betray it, there is always something of a mirage since our brain transcribes our reality from what we perceive. “Mirage Bodies” invites us to get lost and perhaps meditate on the stories of truth and lies between our eyes and the reality of our bodies.