Evoking memory, the ephemeral and the impossibility of the past, these remains have an endless potentiality. "Remains" in the sense of permanence in spite of destruction, "remains" in the sense of remnants that persist, they are the consequence of the loss of an initial form, a loss that is subtractive but not negative. From Polaroid, a photographic image, to potential image-objects, each fragment can be a landscape, a relic, organic matter... these photographic possibilities become the space of new images and not their frame. These remains do not try to fight against loss, because their own existence depends on the affirmation of an absence.
Exercises in transfers of Polaroid emulsions on watercolour paper.