Tonnē Fleur

I found myself being part of a generation that seems deprived of any possibility for new experiences, where what could be seen has already been seen, what could be heard has already been heard, all that could be done has been done. I felt the need to find a new perspective (on my routine) on what I see.

I started taking a “certain distance” -sometimes long, sometimes short- from common objects and daily life scenes in order to feel surprised again…like when you are new to this world… maybe in order to feel again. This is when the series started (2013).


This series is about blinking. Twice.


Photography has the power to be both subjective and objective, but here there is no chance for the latter.


Interpretation is key and space is relative, you will only see what you want to see and come to know what is unknown. 

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