Rediscover Acacias Bâtie in pictures through the lens of the Geneva-based photographer, Aurélien Bergot. He has combed the streets of this district, offering a singular, personal and artistic photographic insight.
Disturbing yet striking, these pictures dissect and tell the story of the areas that make up our city, in particular the district of Acacias Bâtie.
Le quartier Acacias Bâtie en images
Cette galerie, associée à cet article, contient 12 photos.
Biography of Aurélien Bergot
The artistic approach of photographer Aurélien Bergot hinges on the notions of limits and power. He is interested in the way that the dominant forces model their environment with a view to cohabiting or, on the contrary, excluding.
Displaying a head-on, descriptive and formal documentary aesthetic, his work attempts to create a sort of directory of the symbols, architecture and conditions of power, as shown in his series of photographs exploring Champs Dollon Prison (Prison, 2011) or the series entitled Nations (2008). The latter consists of images of the enclosures of certain permanent missions in the city’s Nations district, showing how these institutions assert themselves in countries that are not their own while at the same time shunning the outside world.
Article modifié le 03.02.2020 à 12:29