“Endless driving is one of the peculiarities of Los Angeles”. Queen of this megalopolis where everything is made for it, the car can even be the perfect tool to explore the urban environment. Behind the wheel, we discover a visual everyday life that is often ignored by force of banality. Advertising signs, made for the driver are central elements of his visual universe. Street drawings punctuate the monotony of the arteries: walls, stores and casinos display graphic audacities that are loud and flashy. The images are sometimes blurred and hasty. Speed and movement generate evasive and troubled captures, automotive antitheses of the decisive moment. Between urban wandering, a nod to Jim Jarmusch’s films, a solitary thriller as Driver or disturbing nocturnal strangeness as Mulholand Drive, Guillaume Zuili explores the visual possibilities of a certain form of wandering, that offered by automobile wandering, at the source of a blurred and distant aesthetic.