The hidden face of chance

What if the hidden face of chance didn't look like chance but like a creative world born from intentions? 

The subjects of my photographs are random shapes born by chance. I meet them, I explore them, I turn their expressiveness into a creative material. Composed strictly at the shooting stage, never retouched afterwards, I want my photographs to be images existing for themselves, trying to reach the point of uncertainty where the subject disappears so the imagination can open.

It's the love for abstract painting, feeding my eye ever since my childhood, that gave me the need to take photographs.

I found myself at the crossroad of two mysteries : the mystery of the beauty of shapes generated by chains of physical consequences, and the mystery of our eye and its projections, the way our brain redesigns reality through interpretation.