(24 photographs, 2006-2008)
Vertiges du quotidien reveals from the height of a ceiling a moment of simple and daily life. e view from above undermines this banality by depicting these fragments of life in a pictorial way.e living become recumbents, the beds become drawings, spaces become plans, life a geome- try and an enigma.
Inspired by stories of imminent death, where the soul escapes from the body to begin a journey to the aerlife, this point of view questions the representation of images. Overwhelming the notions of perspective and depth of eld intimately linked to photography, it causes the viewer to lose his usual reading landmarks, transforming volumes into surfaces.