Sherbrooke black and white - hope

The imposed theme: hope


These accomplices will be asked to comment on this imposed theme by being inspired by fifty large-format black and white photos that will be proposed as avenues for reflection. What dreams buried in these photos will wake up? There is no doubt that old images (happy or dark) will require to rise to the surface at the sight of these clichés oversized ... What will evoke in accomplices these public places frequented or abandoned? The marriage of some, the graduation of another? The premature departure of a child, a well-guarded hiding place, a secret flushed out?


According to Marcel Morin, the eye of the camera does not catch everything: it directs the gaze towards a direction often unsuspected, it proposes a singular angle of observation, suggests rather than to impose. Here and there, old stones, a neighbourhood school, the tumultuous waters of the Magog, signs that have crossed the time, etc. Every memory contains a hope; every day too. The entire space of this project is entirely devoted to the play of interpretation ...

Pour moi l’espoir c’est...

Cette  phrase  sera  inscrite  au  livre  "Sherbrooke  noir et blanc - l’espoir”

un livre de 50 photos et de plus de 1000 pensées composées par vous

Pour moi l’espoir c’est…. 

Merci de nous faire parvenir votre pensée par courriel

SVP partagez avec vos amis pour pouvoir recueillir notre objectif de 1000 pensées.

Marcel Morin  

Photographe Humaniste  |  Humanist Photographer
Sherbrooke, QC  -  Shanghai, Chine  -  Malaga, Espagne