Georges Rousse is a French photographer who makes photos of desolate or abandoned spaces. But before he does that, he paints some precise geometrical shapes which are some kind of optical illusions.
These images remind me of work I’ve done this year involving different times of day within the same moving image. In my work, ‘Midnight to Midnight – 10 Tenths of 1 Day’ (2011), I decided to take segments of films made at different times of the day and match them up with other times in the same video. I like the idea of constantly filming the same spot to get different shades of light and actions in a seemingly linear sequence.