Mont Mémoire is a work that questions the paradox of our society’s needs of immortality.
On the scent of the long relationship that photography has with the concepts of immortality, this series presents in almost every photograph a before and after state, thus inviting the viewer to create a narrative, a connection or an evolution between the images. There is interplay between two states, two moments of life.
The predominance of the white color is used to create an unnatural, unrealistic and abstract microcosm in which, like on a blank canvas, everything, even death, is possible.
Memento Mori has a strong connotation with the actual means of displaying our lives through various filters, which leads to the creation of key and immortal images of our existence. In this schizophrenic attempt to display everything through its best angle one can ask itself: if we became immortal, how can we die? And if we do, does the rest of society that made us immortal would even notice it?