Poster: Sinking

Konstnär: Christophe Kiciak

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Motiv: Sinking. Everything photographed and edited by me. "Nobody knows you when you're down" said the song. While it is not always true strictly speaking (some, including myself, are fortunate enough to have a loving family or friends), it still can reflect one's feelings. When you get into significant trouble, you tend to feel like no one is actually understanding you, like nothing can help you out. Such situation can have various causes: losing your job, losing a parent, a pet, illness, or even more superficial things. From there, the perception of the surrounding world often becomes altered: food have no taste, jokes are never funny, everything looks dumb, there is no reason to get out of the bed. The mind wanders through the memories of what have been lost, trying to live once more in that past time. Through that surreal creation, I wanted to present how things could look from that point of view: the man feels like he is drowning, even though there is no water, while others are passing by without much care, in a changing world that is slowly and ineluctably absorbing and digesting what he once was, what he will never be again. Technically, it was interesting to create a location out of various photos (these were shot in France): - The main building was shot in Rouen (Tourist Office, in front of the cathedral), as well as the Tavern in the background - The sidewalk was shot in Mantes-la-Jolie (sidewalks in Rouen were mostly paved, and I wanted a more fluid texture on the ground, so that the person could sink into it) - Street lamps were photographed next to the castle of La Roche-Guyon - The rest was shot in my home studio