“From 2010 to 2015, I traveled across Europe and the United States hitch-hiking with the goal of meeting the men and women who made the radical choice to live far from cities, breaking with a way of life that they often see as obsessed with performance and efficiency and whose only horizon would be the consumption. Without a precise itinerary, forced by encounters and chance, this trip has taken the sense of an initiatory quest similar to the quest of these families. In this work, it is less a political and theoretical depth that I have tried to probe than...
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