“Instant Life” by Florian Beaudenon

What do you do when no one is looking? How about your friends or family? Photographer Florian Beaudenon’s new series Instant Life takes a look at these questions, allowing us intimate views into people’s lives as they go about their daily activities.

We watch as people do mundane things such as putting on make up, reading books, or making dinner all the way through to the things you can only imagine. And in the end, it is the things we do we when believe we are alone that make us who we truly are, not what we do when we know we are being watched and judged by others. In this way, Florian’s voyeuristic series Instant Life allows us to see who these people really are and what it really is that makes them tick.

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