In full confinement, Gabbie Burns reveals the connected portraits of thirty women. The series “Les confinées” (“the confined”) tells the story of a pandemic where the only authorized social connection is a virtual connection. At a time when conscientious people are limited to vital outings, the importance of social networks is gaining momentum. Between solidarity and creativity, the internet is more than ever at the center of our lives. In the ingredients that allowed me to give birth to this series we therefore find the virtual. Whether in the model’s approach, simple enigmatic survey proposing to participate in a different...
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