I undertook the Empty home research with the idea of the disappearance of ruins in the contemporary world.
The memory, the imprints, once held by places are now replaced by prefabricated objects destined to disappear.
I saw in the photography of places that were empty for reasons ranging from the termination of a lease to death the opportunity to create ruins and thus make an archaeology of them.
I started with places that were dear to me in this first series.
These visits by strangers to the house, passing through it and inhabiting it, give me the opportunity to make the familiar meet the strangeness, giving rise to a new inner landscape. The series is still running.
There are more than 30 pictures for now. Here are a sample.