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Test siteweb- Copie

As an immersion in the construction landscape, this project invites to investigate the manufactured territory and to question ourselves on the future of the architectural world through the subject of the materials, their origins, their reuse and their environmental impact. Focused on the earth, this project explores more precisely the various potentials of this local raw substance available in large quantity in the constructions sites. Inspired by Lavoisier’s idea that “Nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed”, this research proposes to enhance and value this material as a living and creative body. In this sense, by capturing these landscapes with handcrafted negative clay-made films, the subject becomes the object as a substantial fragment of reality.

Belgium
2021
(In progress)
In collaboration with Thomas Noceto
Terragraphy
Terragraphy_Web_10
Terragraphy_Web_11
Terragraphy_Web_12
Terragraphy_Web_09
Test siteweb- Copie

This project was also the opportunity to dare and invent new sensitive explorations by using pigments made out of their soils to print these visual explorations. Due to its handcrafted approach and affinity with the light-sensitive photographic process, the denomination 'Terragraphy' has been invented in order to describe this empirical practice that reveals each framed landscape through his own materiality. These visual creations tend to go beyond their representative function, to become a creative form of communication that appeals to an autonomous interpretation allowing a sensitisation to architectural pionniers practices.

Terragraphy_Web_01
Terragraphy_Web_02
Terragraphy_Web_03
Terragraphy_Web_05
Terragraphy_Web_08
Terragraphy_Web_07
Test siteweb- Copie

As an immersion in the construction landscape, this project invites to investigate the manufactured territory and to question ourselves on the future of the architectural world through the subject of the materials, their origins, their reuse and their environmental impact. Focused on the earth, this project explores more precisely the various potentials of this local raw substance available in large quantity in the constructions sites. Inspired by Lavoisier’s idea that “Nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed”, this research proposes to enhance and value this material as a living and creative body. In this sense, by capturing these landscapes with handcrafted negative clay-made films, the subject becomes the object as a substantial fragment of reality.

Belgium
2021
(In progress)
In collaboration with Thomas Noceto
Terragraphy
Terragraphy_Web_10
Terragraphy_Web_11
Terragraphy_Web_12
Terragraphy_Web_09
Test siteweb- Copie

This project was also the opportunity to dare and invent new sensitive explorations by using pigments made out of their soils to print these visual explorations. Due to its handcrafted approach and affinity with the light-sensitive photographic process, the denomination 'Terragraphy' has been invented in order to describe this empirical practice that reveals each framed landscape through his own materiality. These visual creations tend to go beyond their representative function, to become a creative form of communication that appeals to an autonomous interpretation allowing a sensitisation to architectural pionniers practices.