In June of 2016, I travelled to Norway as a tourist. A few years later, I returned to the images I had captured there and started editing them to turn down the glow of the midnight sun. I then integrated these landscapes into the scenery of Métabetchouan-Lac-à-la-Croix, a small town on the banks of Pekuakami (Quebec, Canada), where I live. To expose the photographs, I carefully selected several outdoor spaces, some close to one another, others further apart, but always chosen so as to flesh out the images and engage with them.
“An interesting experiment, which some will consider intriguing, has been carried out since mid-July in Métabetchouan-Lac-à-la-Croix […]. They [the photographs] testify to the artist’s desire to raise questions about our way of seeing things. -Le Quotidien
1. Roadside Field
2. Trail in a swamp forest
3. Giant Kettle Hollow
4. Sandy lake shore
5 and 6. Arboretum at golden and blue hour