Drawing on both the documentary (Sutgi – À nous la nuit), the vernacular and the imaginary (Man en animal, l’Homme en objet), her latest series “Caméléon” borrows more contemporary and critical paths. She evokes, through disguises and a role-play reminiscent of Cindy Sherman’s work, the sad fate of women who do not hesitate to put their lives in danger for […]
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