Julie Hascoët & Guillaume Thiriet: SISMO

Important is what is missing: an explanation, the orientation and the harmony on the pictures. In fact there is a text on the website which says, what it is not about, but the pictures keep their secret. They put the viewer into a condition, you are torn between curiosity, astonishment, fascination and weak and strong discomfort. The pictures show little and tell much, and this over-winning simplicity is what constitutes SISMO.

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