Les Roseaux is a project that sprung from the frustration inherent to the lack of public spaces in Beirut. It is an oneiric exploration of one of the rare public spaces in the city that becomes the theater of illicit sexual encounters at night. A way, through transgression, of reconnecting with a city so disfigured and so hostile.
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