« And I am one of those who haul the nets, when a shoal of immortality comes in… »
With outstanding grace, Axelle Doué drifts through time and space, captured by the lens of Alice Jacquemin. Her gaze looks beyond the present, recalling the image of a tender primal mother who brought passion and beauty to mankind. While she contemplates posterity, she also embraces the future, evoked by the minimalist setting and the avant-garde clothing. A certain idea of transience is suggested through substances that can not be grasped such as water drops on a marble table and slippery metallic surfaces. With subtle eye, Alice Jacquemin pins down dreams in pictures that mirror intangible moments caught in the perpetual flow of life.