In Les rochers fauves (The tawny rocks), Clément Chapillon questions the notion of geographic and mental isolation through an insular space in the Aegean Sea. If the word isolated literally means 'shaped like an island', we can rightly ask ourselves what form time, the Other, beliefs and the imaginary take in this finite world bordered by infinity.
For the past twenty years, Clément Chapillon has regularly visited the island of Amorgos, located in the heart of Greece's Cyclades island group.
With his Plaubel Makina 67 (a medium format film camera), he has created a documentary and metaphorical photographic narrative that explores the contradictory feelings provoked by the insularity of this rocky, arid and wild place.
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