Putting the evidence into question, interrogating what appears to be undeniable; that which one wouldn’t dare to doubt. When it has been removed from the paradigms of representation, and stripped of talk of mimetic tradition, when not simply reduced to a print of what is real, photography allows us to set off in search of other relationships between the thing being photographed and the photograph itself. Consequently we must ask ourselves about the perception of the photograph and the perception of the real material object being photographed. These works aim to deconstruct this difference through devices which blur, erase, eliminate and sometimes highlight the possibility of condensing two worlds into one.