This project called “reconstruction” started 2 years ago, involving reenactors of my region, I started it as a documentary project, aiming to show the soldiers who fought in my area the north of France.
The more I was shooting, the more I felt that the people in front of the camera were not only XXI th century humans wearing clothes of this period, each one of them had a story to tell, special reasons to reenact, this became particularly obvious when we had to write short captions .
In fact many of them delivered me a first person story unveiling an unexpected facet of the project with a story behind each picture. Lenticular photography is used to bring a bit of the reality of those men and to offer viewers a unique visual experience that is missed on this 2D presentation.
About Guillaume d’Hubert
professional photographer , I am established in the north of France near the city of Lille, I studied art and painting at the Beaux arts de Versailles, I am totally self taught in photography,I explore the medium in its every aspects from analog black and white to the futuristic interactive images which will come in the very near future , I am focused on the human person; I photography to catch the essence which sometimes shows up , unexpected most of the time.
Beside my work as a commercial photographer I am pursuing the goal to create my own photographic and artistic language mainly using the lenticular and multiangular system I built.
the project “reconstruction” featured here has been exhibited during the last photovisa festival in Krasnodar (Russia), and will be again in april during the next biennale baltic of photography in Kaliningrad.
I have several other project involving the human body in order to explore further the lenticular medium … [Official Website]
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