Mirages of Divine Figures on Cambodian Trees

French photographer Clément Briend (32) overlays trees with haunting mirages of divine figures highly revered in Asian culture, creating the illusion of awakened deities towering over passers-by.

He works with ways of projection in very unusual modalities that propose another interpretation, another perception of pictures in space. Using homemade prototypes able to project huge scalled pictures, he makes appear imaginary side of space. By this way, he creates hybrides spaces and take pictures of them. His photographies matches reality and projection, space and surface.

Clément lives and works in Paris, teachs photography at the University of Valenciennes.

In France (Saint Cloud)

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