The artistic project conceived for this residency offers students a sensitive approach to flora through photography, seen as a tool for re-enchanting their immediate environment. The project led by the photographer Baptiste Rabichon allows the students to see how the mastery of the photographic tool associated with experimentation opens up the creation of new forms.
In a relationship with images that is as much critical as it is loving, Baptiste Rabichon explores photography in all its forms, tackling both the ancestral methods of photography (photograms, pinhole cameras, cyanotypes) and the tools of modern imagery, which he tries, always with the same jubilation, to push to their limits.
An edition including a selection of the students’ work is currently being designed.
Horti-Pôle High School, Evreux
Produced as part of the Twinning scheme
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