Seules is a series of self-portraits depicting five times of the day, spent alone. Tanya Traboulsi creates, with restraint and distance, a sibling of herself. This staging of the self and its mirrored image, devoid of emotions, reflects upon the ambivalence of being, its depths as well as its disparities.
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