Since 1993, Jean-Claude Delalande takes pleasure in putting himself on stage with his partner and his son Valentin. At the sight of these images where the eyes of these characters rarely cross each other, where boredom, confinement, the desire to flee a banal existence is omnipresent, the author questions us about our daily lives. With his gaze fixed on the...
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