This series investigates human interactions between strangers today.
The images, taken in transit places such as subways and buses, show a strong sense of individualism in which an interpersonal behavior of distrust reigns that pushes people to establish a strong mental, sometimes physical, distance between them.
The narrow space occupied thus becomes a sort of theatrical stage where everyone plays their own silent play as a leading actor.
The neighbor becomes part of an aseptic choreography, animated by mechanical automatisms made up of repetitive gestures that appear devoid of any human component.
Heads that rise and fall as if moved by wires guided on command.
Looks set to never meet.
Bodies hovering in an obstacle course, aimed at avoiding them.
So the chaotic environment becomes a place of solitude, devoid of human contact, where everyone takes refuge.