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INVASIONS by CHARLES PÉTILLON

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“Invasion” is a word not often associated with the presence of balloons — we usually regard them as weightless, whimsical orbs hovering in mid-air and unrestrained by physical boundaries.
The french photographer and artist Charles Pétillon turns this idea on its head, containing bundles of white, inflated balls within architectural spaces, neighborhoods and natural landscapes.

Each photo in his series is a metaphor for either a period of time, an emotional sensation, or universal urban evolution. They aim to change the point-of-view that we encounter everyday, and move our idea from practical perception to visual recognition.

The exhibition “Invasions” is presented from February 20 to March 22, 2015 at Maison de la photographie, Paris.

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