Quentin DMR defines himself as “a plastic photographer”.
He experiments, diverts and redirects the gaze. He questions the place of the photographer in order to give us what he calls a deconstruction of the image. It is neither a question of destroying the representation, nor of accommodating its stereotypes. It is a question of “remaking the image”. To proceed to a fragmentation of content and form. The aim of his experiments is to push the spectator to participate actively in the recomposition of the image. For the real role of these cuts is to question the language of the image. An immersive and philosophical encounter between the trace of a real and the meaning that one wants to bring to it.
Quentin DMR was born in Le Havre in 1988. From his teenage years he began to practice architectural photography and portraiture. In 2008, after having started a career in commerce, he decided to give it all up to become a social worker. His photography practice resolutely turned towards the human being, retains, as in his early days, a part of usefulness and simplicity. Inspired by contemporary photography and the artistic movement “Supports/Surfaces”, he combines wood, glass, metal, steel and plastic in his works.
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