20x26cm / Reliure couture Singer Couverture 300gr / 24 pages 170gr 2e édition de 50 ex. numérotés
As the evocative title suggests, this series is a questioning of the concepts of independence, loss and the transience of human experience. In addition, the viewer is invited into a narrativequest: Where do these shadows originate? Where are these exiles of light going? What is the nature of their quest?
"The transience of human experience"
Thomas Zamolo's artistic practice engages the cross-pollination of knowledge from his long-term experience in photography, dance and lighting design. For the serie Lost Shadow he used a Pinhole 8x10 and Polaroid 803 expired film. His interest in instant photography stems, in part, from a fascination with the romantic, eerie and painterly qualities possible with the techniques of such chemical processes and analogue technologies. As a photographer, Thomas is perhaps best known for his work with mosaic. In his images he explores a wide range of topics from surreal landscape to psychosocial staged scenes. He was born in France and now lives and works in Sweden.
Exposition à Little Big Galerie Vernissage le jeudi 12 octobre 2017 Accrochage jusqu'au 26 novembre 2017 45 Rue Lepic, 75018 Paris