Life Size by Eric Tabuchi
Life Size by Eric Tabuchi is a photographic journey where the scale of human being confronts the scale of natural or industrial sites. Throughout the pages, Man occupies an increasingly important place.
This work proposes a reading of the iconographic source under an imposed constraint of the scale and measurement: the industrial culture and archaeological sites, anonymity and human presence, reality and virtuality, accumulation and unity.
Eric Tabuchi invites us to investigate the details, the perception, the incompatibility and the similarities in that flux of hiding informations, chaotic and systematic at the same time. The artist’s work reveals the issues in his practice: the image as source, the atlas as and artistic act.