Alexandre Larose creates supernally spectral superimpositions infused with a meteorological mix and the intense lusciousness of the Québec landscape.
In his ongoing brouillard – passages series, Alexandre Larose creates long-take sequences by superimposing first-person, Hamish Fulton-esque walking trajectories shot along a man-made path leading to a lake. Using a lens wide enough to condense the human eye's field of vision into the frame's 1.33 aspect ratio, Larose creates spectral superimpositions infused with a meteorological mix and the intense lusciousness of the Quebec landscape.
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