It may be a paranoid person’s thing, but shapes are everything. As a lover of concretism, I always thought that literature on photography does not do justice to the fundamental role of shapes. In their own merit, they adorn the brutal state of the matter, as something that exists as a result of things. Shapes deserve special attention when most photographers only look at space. It is not space, neither the architecture nor the adornment of things. Shapes organise the impact of light in our impression.