Absurdity in an absurd world. Movement of freedom in tight landscapes. Anarchic danse in minor architecture.
Our photographs are the result of improvised events. We just go randomly, instinctively, and seek places that we can disrupt or reinvent. We never ask for permission, nor do we falsify our pictures. A feeling of reality thus comes out from them, as well as a kind of magical universality.
From private lots to planted forests, from car parks to office buildings, we squeeze in pure products of institutional planification, and make them a scenery on the brink of lyricism.
We bring back bodies to them, bodies fitted with bizarre sensuality, both Old France and futuristic. From the Dada poetry to the punk controversy, the bodies of our sceneries want to awaken life.
Our duo gathers Corentin Fohlen, photo-journalist, and Jérôme von Zilw, performing artist.