French Photographer, Philippe Calandre’s research is articulated around iconic deconstruction and the question of the power that the photographic image exercises on our contemporary societies. With photomontages, he introduces imagination to architecture, blurring the lines between vision and perception. He chooses industrial architecture as a showcase because of its duality with the photomontage by the juxtaposition and the organization of its forms in a puzzle: silos, tanks, ramps, conveyor belts and stoves. His constructions, through their spatial organization, echo the poetry of this contemporary metamorphosis.
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