French photographer Mathieu Bernard-Reymond, 1976, examines architecture, people, landscapes and their mutual interactions in his series Disparitions. In the series Intervalles Mathieu uses several images to make his final result. He clones the people walking around in the surroundings and thus playing with our minds, because we may perceive busy and crowded places but when we look closer it touches the theme of emptiness. His series TV is a photographic experiment, shooting images with a analog camera and then adding TV images. The following images come from Disparitions, Intervalles and TV.