Still life photographs by Pauline Beaudemont, India.
Efficiency and visual impact of fishing nets ended on a beach in the southeast of India, in Mamalapuram. They are as bundles of clothes, ready-made found and met in a fortuitous way. They are figures of a journey, aimless and without any origin. As some pieces close to ‘arte-povera’, they are magnificient, involuntarily artistic, composition, dropped on a dirty beach, arousing the heart by their fetid smell and their disuse.
Disgust and melancholy.