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Matthieu Litt is mainly interested, in his practice and his approach, in a few concepts: of distance and closeness, the means by which the tracks can be blurred, the markers between images coming from horizons or from radically different contexts. In just three years, he produced two first books: Horsehead Nebula first (with images from former Soviet republics), then Tidal Horizon, featuring images taken during an artist residency in Norway.
Litt is contributing to a growing number of editorial projects. He finds critical and oblique angles that differ from the traditional ways to awaken the public, for example, on environmental and consumer issues.
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