Editions Trans Photographic Press has just published Corps Lato Sensu, a photography book by Catherine Rebois. “Not having a body, like an object at one’s disposition to tame at leisure, but to be a body, and to be perhaps only a body. And to live with it, to make do with it, to carry its injuries and strains, to experiment with pleasures and disappointments, playing with unusual gestures, venturing to the edge of sensual pleasure. This is how Catherine Rebois approaches the body: constantly reactivated, constantly put into question, obsessive, yet at a distance. The body as a single object, and the foundation for thought.” —Excerpt from a text by Dominique Baqué, art historian and critic.
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