A proliferation of life.
The living, to be thus designated, must not only be alive, it must also have within itself an active will to remain alive as well as to multiply this life. That which is alive is therefore necessarily bound by a desire for conservation and growth.
In Eclosion, I explore this active will and propose a proliferation of the living through photographic forms.
If the world is a state in which life is possible, all that is alive exists in the will to grow and this will allows proliferation. Eclosion functions like the world in which it exists, like the living: the elements that constitute it live in a whole that implies a definite need for each other. The hypothesis is that in the forms of the living and their interconnection, even when they are represented on a non-living medium (image), a proliferation is possible.
Digital photographs ; video.