Thibaut Cuisset seeks to represent a powerful and discreet, the essence of the landscape. Based on soft colors and deductions, it shows that the territory is not fixed, it is the result of history and multiple interventions. Here Iceland is a volcanic island, rich colors, mineral chaos peeled from the cold, the youngest geological landscape of the planet, a desert without ever moving. Conversely, the Namib Desert in Namibia is still a desert, considered the oldest and driest on the planet.
Thibaut Cuisset deploys his photographic work by successive campaigns on various territories: Australia, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Corsica, Turkey, Britain, Japan, Pays de Loire. The places are not considered in terms of news but as landscapes shaped by man and by the time urban areas, suburbs of large cities, cultivated countryside, coastline, river plains and deserts as well as montages. "In articulating the more accurately a subject, light and color, working for disposal and water treatment plants, where neither the story nor the exotic, the picturesque or the pathos have their place," Thibaut Cuisset seeks to represent a powerful and discreet, the essence of the landscape. Based on soft colors and deductions, it shows that the territory is not fixed, it is the result of history and multiple interventions.
Smith, Ellen Kooi, Catherine Poncin, Thibaut Cuisset, Corinne Mercadier, Thierry Fontaine, Yusuf Sevinçli, Matt Wilson, Karen Knorr, Laura Henno
Une campagne photographique
Gilles A. Tiberghien
Le dehors absolu
La rue de Paris
Le temps du panorama