In 2010, Jeremy Stigter photographed the patients and the nursing staff of the Cancer Unit at the Hôptial Cochin in Paris, led by Professor François Goldwasser. This photographic series was born of portraits reflecting the relationship that formed between the photographer and his subjects. The shorts text that accompany each photograph, excerpted from their conversations, are an extension of the work. Through their words the patients express their particular relationship to life and the world, that vital relationship in which all those suffering from illness find themselves.
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