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More and more, photographs leave the walls. Each year, there is a noticeable eagerness to avoid a static perception of the pictures, to break the square-on view and allow the gaze to move. In this section, we wished to gather precisely those who strive to go beyond photography in its traditional form, to break free from the flat and static work, to take it to a spatial dimension, a space free from hierarchy or any specified angle.
Brimming with ingenuity, the artists do not hesitate to give their work a unique form. Scenography and display are at the core of their research and concerns. Creation of almost architectural pieces, integration of objects, layering and use of cut-outs. the range grows to support a more assertive visual approach and a rendering closer to installations.
Each of these explorations aims to increase the sensory aspect of photography. This is about broadening the artistic gesture while ensuring that this approach does not take precedence over the meaning of the work.