Photographer Cerise Doucede Makes Explosions in Rooms in Her Work

Photographer Cerise Doucede Makes Explosions in Rooms in Her Work

Egarements and Quotidien are two projects by French photographer Cerise Doucède in which she catches what seems like explosions of material in flight. She suspends objects to ceilings to make people almost look like the inanimate objects in a room. Apparently it takes only three days to set up all the objects on string to make one scene. The collection is an interesting display of what is possible with a little bit of patience.

[via MyModernMet]

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