Landscapes Dizziness” is a sensory experience that reminds us of the speed at which we travel through life, often failing to fully immerse ourselves in the moments of natural beauty that surround us. This photographic work celebrates both speed and sensation, attempting to capture the immediacy of experiences and the richness of fleeting sensations.


By deliberately highlighting the lines between movement and stillness, “Landscapes Dizziness” challenges us to find a moment of pause, a space for contemplation amidst our relentless pace. These series, currently broken down into three univers, Railways, Architectural Presence, and Nature's Powerconstitute a poetic work that speaks to our senses and our soul, reminding us of the importance of slowing down, breathing deeply, and opening ourselves to the subtle yet profound wonders of the world around us. By capturing these moments without digital distortion, Michael Bouton offers us a unique perspective on ephemeral beauty and invites us to search for and linger on the journey that is our life.


Like life itself, “Landscapes Dizziness” is a work in constant evolution.


With his series (T)(X) - La Défense, Michael Bouton aims to render the work of everyday builders abstract and poetic This series is part of a more figurative work called ar(T)chitec(X)ture, highlighting his passion for architecture.

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Kindlings

The “Kindlings” serie highlights an often overlooked element of our urban landscape: pallets. Stacked, aligned, or scattered, they tell a story of suspended movement, of potential adventures.

Pallets, with their rough textures and repetitive shapes, offer an unexpected aesthetic, transforming the mundane into beauty. They prompt a reflection on the cycles of industry, on reuse, and on travel that is not only physical but also metaphorical. This is a visual exploration of waiting against the passage of time. These pallets, waiting to load stories yet unknown, become symbols of rebirth, opportunity, and transformation, suggesting that even in stillness, movement and change are imminent.

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