“Two months ago I found in a suitcase I left in Liège a dozen of films from 2014. For this forgotten project I used a point and shoot Leica camera and rolls of Ilford Pan 100. I wanted to make my photographic process easier. It reminds me when I started twelve years ago with a little Nikon film camera I borrowed from my girlfriend.
The name cames from one of the first photo I shot: a chalk graffiti on Saint-Lambert Square in Liège, Belgium. It was written "Les Ruines du Vieux-Monde": Ruins of the Old World. Unfortunately this project ends when I broke the camera.”
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