The Size Matters project aims to show the psychological impact of an ‘unusual’ size, whether big or small, through photography.
Personal development, interpersonal relationships, character, shyness, self-esteem and confidence are concepts, general and abstract representations that are not visible, therefore inherently difficult to capture in a descriptive image.
The exercise is therefore symbolic: a natural, frontal and square portrait isolates the subject from its environment and therefore removes the scale ratio. The observer is invited to interpret the subject’s face, expressions, features, posture and eyes, whether open or elusive, as well as their attitude in general in front of the lens. Asked to sit for 30 seconds, without any instructions, each individual is confronted with someone else, as well as themselves, during the silent shoot.