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Pascal Therme Julia on The Hill, Fusion 40 Éléments, Connemara, Ireland, 2010

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Pascal Therme, Julia on The Hill, Fusion 40 Éléments, Connemara, Ireland
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  • Medium

    Photography : color edition, inkjet, HD print, fine art print, archival pigment print

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    27.6 x 41.3 x 0.1 inch

  • Support

    Photography on Hahnemuehle fine art paper

  • Framing

    Not framed

  • Type

    Numbered and limited to 12 copies
    2 remaining copies

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    Julia on the Hill, Connemara, Ireland, 40 items.

    Available in 90X135cm and made to measure.

    Julia on the Hill was made in Ireland in Connemara, summer 2010. It is a composition of 40 elements on an angle of about 280 degrees, and, formally, the culmination of the fragmentations. Here all the image connections have been erased, in order to achieve a smooth, unified medium format. None of the sutures appear anymore. It could be a classic photograph at first sight... except that on closer inspection something is wrong... but what?

    The Artistic Direction of the shooting, and then of the editing was to decompose the landscape with the character, a little red riding hood, my daughter playing the role, to then approach a royal landscape, in a depth equal to that of the romantic landscapes, Poussin, Canaletto. The use of a 105 mm, playing on the hyper focal length, allowed me to simulate the optical result of the 4X5 inches camera for its definition, a sharpness of the first blade of grass to the infinity of the sky ... as by a perfect vision.

    The composition traces a point of view that no camera, no optics can render. The rewriting of the connections and the sky, in these colors, like the aberration created by the sensation of distance of the character, who seems to "float" in space, whereas he was a few steps away, thus closer than the final image suggests, all this leads one to think that I photographed that day, the space of the dream, in color, where distortions are frequent in the memories that one can have of it. Hence these verses of Verlaine, where both the event and its memory subject to time are played out.../ and which is each time, neither quite the same, nor quite another...

    The composition is then a testimony of an approach of this mental space, other psyche, of which we have links, partial knowledge, possibly messages, which works under hand, to the writing - of the fragment as far as I am concerned - as if, any revelation required to pass the mirror of the visible, to approach the buried traces, of their long night, coming back to the day, orphic at this moment of the unavowed glance, become also talismanic. ... in a double reference to both the myth of Orpheus and the poetry of René Char.

    What is this talismanic night?
    The night of the Feuillets d'Hypnos, where the resistant leads his fight underground, but it is also the one that lavishes its benefits on the poet struck by insomnia, as testifies the collection of "poetic talismans" published in 1972, La Nuit talismanique qui brillait dans son cercle. René Char.

    A link is also forged with the palindrome dear to Debord and the situationists: in girum imus per nocte ecce et consumimur igni in Latin, which can be translated as : We circle in the night and are devoured by fire) is borrowed from the Latin author Virgil. It refers to butterflies attracted and consumed by a fire in the night.
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Pascal Therme

France Born in: 1964

Following his studies in Letters, in 1988, Pascal Therme was associated for his photography in Parisian fashion, alongside the Couturiers and the most prestigious brands. Throughout this period, he pursued a visual creation based on experiences of deconstruction of the image. These experiments apply to all subjects treated by painting, Nudes, Portraits, Landscapes, Architectures, Interiors.

The object is a renewal of the vision and is based on the experience of David Hockney, The Grand Canyon, on the legacy of Cubism through a certain multi-perspective, on the formal legacy of the New Wave of Cinema. His montages, built by numerous photographs, autonomous, sequenced elements recompose a unit, making Image, wish to escape the unique perspective (camera obscura) and decisive time, founding couple of all photography, in a different approach to what makes an image , photography.

His compositions have used several media such as the Polaroid SX70 and its 35mm, then the ektachrome and the 105mm, the 180mm and are placed under the aegis of the Wisdom of Eros, a concept articulating the plastic artist and the man of letters, of being, in an original, even native writing.

Using the montage of these elements, driven by different guiding principles, multiple occurrences, Pascal Therme seeks to reintegrate the Secret Harmony of the Dream (a midsummer night's dream) through the discontinuity of the world, in a broken mirror , then redialed. This discontinuity creates a rhythm, so much so that the montages always seem to renew themselves, to wave, to breathe. A part of the Living seems inscribed there, between Apollo and Dionysos.

These montages are offered here in the form of quality prints, in various sizes.

A fragile beauty, in these precarious balances, has worked. This always experimental work was based on the tempo, the color, the blur and the sharpness, the modulation of the point of view, an interior traveling, different points of view and perspectives, seeking through the territories, to build a Unit, to approach the musical harmony of the dream in its visual correspondences. All an inspired plastic work.

These photographic paintings offer a Poetics of Space and Time recomposed, rediscovered, in dazzling colors.

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Pascal Therme, Julia on The Hill, Fusion 40 Éléments, Connemara, Ireland
Pascal Therme, Julia on The Hill, Fusion 40 Éléments, Connemara, Ireland Pascal Therme, Julia on The Hill, Fusion 40 Éléments, Connemara, Ireland