From series to series, Erick Derac's work combines the luminous imprint of real space and the mechanisms of thought.
In "Dissolutions", the descriptive aspect of photography is broken by the blurred focus and by the abstract forms, resulting from mental projections, which agglomerate there. Nothing is done here on software: it is a question of comparing the precision of the chemical memory of the emulsion - the result of a physico-mechanical recording - and the photographer's own memory - a human function that alters, confuses, mixes, deforms -.
No desire to document, archive or attest to what is happening. But rather the desire to record and inscribe in the body of the ektachrome (the photographic film) the trace of the artist's presence in the world, marked by the experience of landscape.