Myr Muratet was born in Paris. His work involves cities, both those he lives in and those he visits, and he carries it out from within their very sinews. The comings and goings in the places that he observes multiply according to his encounters with the people he photographs. In this work in progress, he investigates the notions of occupation and invasion in the abandoned urban areas of Seine-Saint-Denis.
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