Interwoven Roots A photo project launched by Mélissa Lefebvre, a drama teacher at a Montreal high school, and co-produced by photographer Joannie Lafrenière, Interwoven Roots grew out of the encounter between 12 to 16 year old immigrants in a reception class and elderly people from the west end of town. The project brings together two generations, two very distinct life contexts, two worlds that complete each other here with tenderness, humor and fantasy through various staged photographs. Interwoven Roots gathers the traces that dot an individual’s memory and that are transformed, in the course of these get-togethers, into a collective...
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