“Flower for daddy” started in 2009 after the brutal death of her father. The whole family is then gathered in the living room around the body. The days that passed by seem so unreal. Beautiful flowers piled up around the coffin. So many tokens of love for this man, her beloved daddy. The artist who always loved flowers, ends up questioning what they represent: life? Death? The confusion leads Marie to take pictures in order to analyze them, dismantle them and accept what they tell about life, in its most beautiful and hardest aspects.
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