Here is the interview with Emma Grosbois by Sophie Bernard in the context of our coverage of the festival Circulation(s). In 2014, Emma Grosbois visited Palermo to complete the “Those Who Watch Us” series. Her work focuses on the mix between the sacred and profane and the survival of “altars” in places of everyday life. The assembly of the images suggests a disorder that needs to be analysed: it reflects the experience and personality of people.
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