Since 2006, Pierrick Gaumé has experimented Automorphoses far away from common forms of photography. In these works, he has explored intermediate zones in which cityscapes reflect and distort themselves on curvilinear surfaces. Whether psychedelic or fractal, Automorphoses tend to exacerbate Kertesz-like distortions with colors and architectural styles of very different cities. Therefore, you may still recognise London, Paris, Brussels, Milan, Tel-Aviv or San Francisco in them. In the streets of these cities, Gaumé documented multiple forms in which urban space and reflecting objects interact and generate interpenetrating, mutant shapes.
Gaumé's Automorphoses are captured as they appear and left unretouched.