(24 photographs, 2006-2008)
Vertiges du quotidien reveals from the height of a ceiling a moment of everyday life. The point of view from above comes to undermine this banality representing in a pictorial way these fragments of life. Our horizontal world, photographed from above, thus switches vertically. The living become recumbent, the beds become drawings, spaces become planes, the life a geometry and a riddle.
Recreating the visual universe and the proportions of the image, erasing the notions of perspective and depth of field specific to Photography, this vision makes the viewer lose his usual reading references by transforming the volumes into surfaces.