Ongoing project (2015-)
In recent years, I have been giving myself photographic challenges such as photographing inside small catholic churches in northern Ontario and Québec. Objective Disorder is a compilation of photographs oscillating between incomprehension to recognition. I experiment with a vantage point hovering between near-sighted scrutiny that is partial, and a distanced view that is detached. Theses catholic establishments represent for me a gathering place, a space for reflection but also an institution of exclusivity. In photographing, I focus on the experience of the place rather than creating a representational depiction.