A raw contrast to Whitton‘s delicately foreboding glimpse into a possible future where machinery precisely imitates what is human – Hubert Crabieres‘s “La Pesanteur et la Grâce” (Gravity and Grace) presents us with the awkward messiness of the human body.

A collection of snapshots taken predominantly within private, domestic spaces, Crabieres’s photographs document shifting, uncomfortable bodies with an ambiguous, non-sexual gaze. Instead of lust, Crabieres taps into a playful flair.