For her exhibition ELLE, Daniela Roman photographed an anonymous, young black woman, who had emigrated and staged dreams and fantasies, in an empty apartment in the 14th arrondissement. ELLE left her homeland somewhere on the African continent in search of a different future. With this series of color photos, Daniela Roman invites the visitor to enter a world of experimentation and sensations and to imagine the story of this woman according to the scenes presented. ELLE we meet her every day without really seeing her. ELLE looks like us and even if everything seems to separate us, everything connects us...
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