Fiction is at the heart of Estelle Lagarde’s work. Since 1996, she has used mis-en-scène . She takes reality as a starting point to lead us into an absurd and incongruous dream world. From Dame des Songes and Contes Sauvages to Hôpital and Maison d’Arrêt, she uses this strange and dreamlike realm to reflect on our own world.
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