Dissociation is a series of photographs shedding light on the traces that live on after a person passes away, the thresholds between physicality and identity, virtuality and remembrance.
Immerged body parts scatter into pixels in troubled waters. A body appears out of its liquid matrix only to dissolve and merge with the water itself. As the water crystalizes, the body keeps merging with it, furthering this paradoxical encounter.
Photography, to me, is a mean to withholding traces of a frozen temporality. I expand upon its symbolism through my work, which tackles the structure of this medium, exploring its materiality and its visual composition.
A variety of pixels put together become one: an image. This fundamental architecture mirrors the atomic composition of organic matter, molecules and cells.