Delving into the fundamentals of photography, I explore its misuses. In the prevailing surfeit and dematerialization of images, I am interested in tenuous phenomena tied to the diffusion and the materiality of light, as well as in the effects of an ever-more totalizing digital encoding of the real. I take several photographs that presuppose the absence or the intentional misapplication of various technical parameters, or that are superimposed on one another to the exhaustion of the photographed motif, or even the very act of photography. I produce non-images, flirt with emptiness and the indeterminate. And yet, from the thinness of the paper, the frequencies of a colour wave, or the density of a raster, a material presence asserts itself—and resists. Photography becomes a body.