I will never forget you is a work on family memory, happy and fantasized, confronted with negative memories. It is a parallel album to my previous work Photos Souvenirs in which I embroidered on the family photographs where I am represented. I realized that there were very few images of my parents before their marriage, an iconographic desert explained by the fact that they were born in the 1930s in a Morocco without running water or electricity. The few photographs held by my grandmother were double locked to hide the tragedy caused by the accidental loss of one of her...
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