She remains deeply attached to his birthplace. She studied social sciences in Brest, learning the anthropological codes that govern a society. Her curiosity about the world led her into exile. She observes, articulates, mixes and then sets down, with a camera, the mark of a human, often out of focus, a mark of what we feel without ever seeing, though we adorn it with shadows and light. This world is the subject here.
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