By reflecting itself on a mirror, the model becomes a photographer. He becomes also the only master on board. He’ll need nothing more than the presence of an object for the photograph to become different from all the rest.
The mirror «oh, my mirror» will place photographer and model in an insignificant context such as a bedroom or a living room. The self-portrait is a dialogue between him and his image and between his image and him. Within that infinite frame and a priori without surprises, a mise en scène and an expression (of the face or the body) are confronted and captured without the subject knowing it. In fact, the time to reflect and the photographic process give the space a blurred air full of errors and unexpected details.