Between Dog and Wolf.
Photographs and text by Chrystel Lebas.
"This series illustrates a walk in the forest of my childhod searching for places where we used to play and build huts. The camera shutter was pressed every 2 metres recording the search in progress in this familiar yet unknown forest."
"The forest is a fascinating space; one can feel attracted by its grandeur, or scared by its depth and darkness. This space of immensity echoes our childhood memories, thorough fairy-tale or play. Walking to the forest of my childhood, after many years, I remembered when we used to build a hut, and slowly the light would disappear, and darkness would surround us. The excitement of being inside this small shelter, protected by large trees, overturned our fears, and instead we felt protected." from the introduction and text by Chrystel Lebas.
Includes a panoramic postcard of an image from another of Chrystel Lebas' bodies of work.
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