I have always traveled a lot around the world. But in the last dozen years or so, no more as a<br />tourist or explorer; I’ve instead traveled in the hopes of capturing and representing with my<br />camera the essence of the places I visited.<br />To this end, I’ve traveled through the Orient quite a lot, in search of the spirit of those places in<br />their past. The Orient, so to speak, as categories of spirit: a bit like those 19-th century peintres<br />voyageurs on their trips to Palestine, Maghreb or Far East. I sought out proof of times past in the<br />cities I visited, and I tried to represent their atmosphere, their essence. I was inspired by the<br />Orientalist painters’ watercolors, where color envelops everything in a nuanced way with no<br />clear transition, as if passing through a thin veil. I tried to seize the truth of a place through<br />abstraction, trying to transform its image into an archetypal representation.
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