What do you do when you discover that something drastic has happened to your body, transforming your daily life completely? Camille Renée Devid’s response to being thrust into a twilight zone was to photograph herself. My Other Side is an account, in images, of her physical struggle , revealing aspect of her own body not visible to others. It depicts, in sometimes disturbing explicitness, an intimate and lone battle, an obsession even.
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