Thomas Jorion (b. 1976, lives in Paris) photographs urban ruins and condemned buildings, spaces that no longer serve the purposes for which they were built. His work explores the built environment in a state of entropy, inviting viewers to reflect on the relationship between the material and the temporal.

Thomas Jorion uses a 4x5" large format camera and color negatives.

Chateau de Lesigny 1996 Moulin de Paris, Quai d'Ivry, Paris, 2002

Château de Lésigny, Seine et Marne -1996                  Moulin de Paris, Quai d'Ivry, Paris - 2002