In this photographic series, the artist tells us about his wanderings. As he travels or travels daily, images taken on the fly follow one another, like the pages of a calendar that we flip through, day after day. Accompanied by the date, the place of shooting and a few words, these apparently banal scenes hide a more serious reality, which is revealed to us as soon as we dwell on it a little.

Nothing is more joyful than a parade of children on a carnival day – nothing is more sad than the confetti left in the wake of the procession, which will end up polluting our oceans. A logbook that crystallizes the artist’s approach, a series that subtly removes our blinders and calls us to discern the tragic in the anecdotal.