"Apparitions" is a narration in which a dialogue is created between the color images and the "ghost images": Polaroid negatives.
My practice of Polaroid is mainly related to intimate moments. This approach includes an experimental exploration around the medium, in particular with the transfer of the emulsion.
Every time I make a transfer, I keep the negative.

One day, by chance during an editing, the negatives of the Polaroid mixed with the color images, and associations were born.

These associations of images evoke the dream of a woman who, confined alone at home, dreams of ideal love and then wakes up in the sad reality of her loneliness.




That morning, she wakes up in a soft torpor, the warmth of a body against hers. A hand caresses her, a skin as soft as satin, a tender kiss on her neck ... She feels good.
The sun pierces through the curtains, the day promises to be beautiful.

They decide to go for a walk in the forest.
The light that crosses the canopy highlights the strange foliage that catches his eye.

Everything is beautiful, everything is perfect, she is in love.













































































That morning, she wakes up in her icy sheets, a strange sensation. His hand slides across the bed, even colder.

She gropes her phone, turns it on and checks her voicemail. Nothing.

The light that pierces the curtain is bland, a gray day no doubt.
She snuggles up in the duvet and closes her eyes, hoping to fall back into this dream where she felt so good ...