CROUS Saint Denis (2014)
Archival Pigment Print - 90 x 120 cm
The series interrogates the representation of the manual jobs, particularly that of the workers of the university restaurant at Saint Denis.
The photography allows the spectator to face an image that is easy to recognizable image, but that proposes a two-stage interpretation: in a first moment, the look is global and synthetic; the photo shows the worker with his/her back facing the spectator and wearing a hairnet. In a second moment, a more detailed lecture is generated thanks to the size and quality of the image; this lecture is achieved through a fragmentary look on the details that embark the spectator in a journey of materials and forms that transform the subject of the image into a more sculptural and aesthetical form.