« Au 22 du boulevard » happens in the intimacy of my living space in the years 2000 and 2001. It is probably my first photographic essay which context was the slow mental recovery after surviving from cancer.
I had just moved in to this apartment and was in the process of rebuilding my relationship to everyday life. I kept my camera always at hand and shot these images randomly at the slow pace of my recovery. Everything looked like before my illness, but nothing was really alike. This work is a naked eye on the deep solitude I was feeling at that time. It also marks the debut of my relationship to photography.