To imagine light as an object, like an impalpable graffiti occupying, momentarily, a space that is subjected to time. An ephemeral graffiti that only the technological eye is able to burn on its retina.
The light as an object attempting to magnify that which surrounds it, what was deserted by others, what nature attempts to claim while waiting to be lighted upon again.
In a world of programmed disuse, to attempt to conserve time.
To capture the passing time and stare at it, immobile.
Light designer and stage manager, Rodolphe St-Arneault make photography a side project of his backstage work. By using the light painting method, he explore on photography the different propriety of the light, like he do on stage.
He use his world tour to found some astonishing place to light up.