The night ? It’s just another illusion but a very real one. A space, time, and lights, which have not, or at least not yet, been normalized in the same way as day. Antoine D’Agata traverses it, loses himself in it, thinking excessively dark thoughts that emerge in the black of his photographic grain, and runs into or even meets characters with whom he speaks a fraction of a second or all night long. Like the photographer, they pursue existence by integrating the fact that they can abruptly disappear as soon as they’ve been photographed.
Size: 10 1/2" x 8 3/4"
Publisher: Images en Manoeuvre Editions (Marseille, 2003)