Georges Tony Stoll's photographs remain deliberately enigmatic, composed of figures, bodies, everyday objects, and mundane and often organic forms, all easily identifiable. Bodies, colours, forms, objects, paintings and photos are linked without hierarchy, at the risk of producing absurd configurations.
This creation illustrates Stoll's need to create images by representing pre-imagined scenes. The places he chooses - often for their strangeness - have no story: they are transformed by these apparitions. The question he asks, and that he wants the public to ask when contemplating these disconcerting compositions: "What happens after the surprise?"