What happens to the images of magazines once read the words they illustrate? They usually end up in the fire, in the garbage, soiled by peelings or asphyxiated under a layer of dust. Armed with my scissors and my glue, I offer them a second life: I take from these magazines and newspapers fragments of images, shapes, colors, which sometimes […]
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