Your Eyes Used to Call Me Liar

Your Eyes Used to Call Me Liar - Jérôme Nadeau - Phases Magazine
Your Eyes Used to Call Me Liar - Jérôme Nadeau - Phases Magazine
Your Eyes Used to Call Me Liar - Jérôme Nadeau - Phases Magazine
Your Eyes Used to Call Me Liar - Jérôme Nadeau - Phases Magazine
Your Eyes Used to Call Me Liar - Jérôme Nadeau - Phases Magazine
Your Eyes Used to Call Me Liar - Jérôme Nadeau - Phases Magazine
Your Eyes Used to Call Me Liar - Jérôme Nadeau - Phases Magazine
Your Eyes Used to Call Me Liar - Jérôme Nadeau - Phases Magazine
Your Eyes Used to Call Me Liar - Jérôme Nadeau - Phases Magazine
Your Eyes Used to Call Me Liar - Jérôme Nadeau - Phases Magazine

My practice focuses on the intent to complicate the concept of reproduction inherent to the photographic medium by increasing the tension and the relationship between image and material. Images  are a reproduction of a thing, which, strangely, remains permanently absent. An image is nothing but the phenomenon that gives presence to an object which it is impossible to make a sensorial experience of.

My goal is to shorten the distance between image and material by experimenting directly with what is specific to photography, externalizing the production that usually remains invisible.