Recognized for her work on photographic intimacy in prison, photographer Dorothy-Shoes has developed challenging and socially engaging work that establishes a constant reflexion on the concept of staging. Originally involved in comedy and theatre, she draws on her first passions for prolegomena with a meticulously elaborate aesthetic and total formal freedom. ColèresS planquées (Hidden Anger), her latest series, came from...
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