For several years he has been developing a photographic work that explores space and architecture as much as the medium itself.
He tries to record the real in a form of objectivity, reporting, by the frontality of his framings, a statement of the photographed places, as markings of history, politics and society, and as mental configuration.

His, is part of the history of documentary photography but alsoin a place that shows that the tool is never transparent, and that its own qualities, light and framings participate in the organization of this recorded reality.

CONFLUENCE invites Eric AUPOL for exploring new ways to express space and his perception of reality.