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Revoked Things Cloud Collections Between Reality and Fiction

Égarements and Quotidien are two tasks by France photographer Cerise Doucède in which she makes strange minutes where non-living objects come to lifestyle in a flutter of disorder. Each picture in her selection is more interesting and surprising than the next. The images function serious, contemplative topics who look sad and turned off from their actual surroundings, but who appear nicely missing in interesting and extraordinary daydreams that provide momentary escape from the otherwise boring reality of present life.

It takes three days to attach the objects to string and to set up one scene. When speaking about her work, Doucede says, "I look for the decisive moment when the person in the photo starts to think about something else. And, at a particular moment, the dream takes over and then the whole décor surrounding the person comes to life."Doucede's work is a confusing blur between fact and fantasy, and she purposefully leaves the thin string visible in the photographs because she says, "Otherwise it's just a fictional or fantastical photo and I didn't want that. I wanted a connection between reality and fiction."

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