Returning from a trip to New York last year Faé A. Djéraba, visual artist and photographer, was struck by the standardization of the relationships that we have with each other, of a city, of a country, from one continent to another… the smartphone screwed in our hands, an extension of our being, looking towards a virtual box, selfies … The phenomenon of social networks and the virtualization of our relationships raises questions in more ways than one, notably in the way they transform us and transform our link to each other. She herself, user of all the dematerialized networks that...
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