Foyer At the beginning of this photographic work I was interested in the double meaning of the term “Foyer” and its ambivalence in French. On the one hand, the family home, protective and reassuring. And on the other side the destructive home, that of fire, the one that ravages and destroys. I felt that this term resonated with me in a particular way and that it was very much linked to the construction of my identity. In fact, when I turned 7, my family was devastated by an accident due to a fire. This accident radically changed our lives and...
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