The first affordable digital cameras, devoid of the constraints represented by processing times and the cost of consumables, freed up the taking of shots by allowing everything to be tried and photographed, in particular what is most accessible, the intimate, the body. This frantic activity produced an interesting raw material to work on computer.

When the threshold function clings to the details of the image, it can destroy it, lose us in a profusion of adventures, detours, lead us astray, build a parallel world. A poetic, open world, where everyone can find a reflection of their own world.