It's not so much the passing years that obsess me. What interests me most is why human experiences do not serve to make the world better. I have an impression that everything is only an eternal beginning. Technologies evolve rapidly. They render more and more services to human beings. But the faults of humans do not disappear with this technological progress.
What also amazes me is the acceleration and the multiplicity of activities of every human being. I have come to believe that everyone lives a real race against time, and there is a constant struggle between personal and professional activities. A mere twenty-four hours within each day seems to be insufficient for me to complete all that I have planned.
I live in an interconnected world in which information, movies, songs, books, and knowledge immediately arrive on my screens after I dictate a few words or tap a keyboard. Everything is available almost instantly without having to move from a chair. And yet, I have an impression to refrain from moving too quickly forward.
I live a real race against time. The acceleration is palpable day after day. How will it end? This is what I try to understand and highlight in my collections of artistic photos. This is one of my favorite themes in my artistic research.
I created this collection of black and white photographs to illustrate this frantic race against time, symbolized by this collection of photographs. In the end, nobody will win anything. We live a challenge that has been lost in advance. To me, it seems better to take advantage of the moment than to try and acquire a goal that has not been defined or does not seem perceptible.
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