'Dryland' | by Photographer Edouard Sepulchre
Captivated by the vast and uninhabited desert landscapes, Paris-based photographer Edouard Sepulchre spent six months cycling through the Maghreb and the Middle East; resulting in a series that documents a place of imagination called 'Dryland.'
For six month, photographer Edouard Sepulchre cycled through the arid lands of the Maghreb and the Middle East with the idea of recreating a world apart from the landscapes and characters he met along the way.
At the forefront of his mind was the ‘American West,’ which he attributes with being the source of his fascination with deserts and dry places. A territory that is paradoxically empty but rich in symbols. Where everything is reminiscent of the unfinished—the “in-between.”