By taking a look, beyond mass images, on a patient and his illness, the series “My triple negative and me” aims to question the foundations of our perceptions and to become aware of them. Indeed, the standardization of representations, based on the use of sometimes pre-established, superficial or even dehumanized images, helps to guide the collective consciousness at the risk […]
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