There are indescribable situations that photography sets out to represent. This constitutes a salutary ground, where verbal expression is impossible. "If you can't say it, shoot it."
"Tremens" is guided by an attempt at temporal juxtaposition. Two or more exposures in one shot, staggered in time, it is two absences of conciliations finally present. It's two antinomies that we fantasize about seeing together. It is t rejoin the walls and the trees, the couples and the roots, the cardinal points. The photographs of "Tremens" confuse and question the figurative meaning that emerges from them as well as the actual direction (if I turn the photo over, is the meaning the same?).