Through family photos found in the trash and my own childhood writing, this series is about family as a structural entity and as a factory of sorrows and a cage of demons. In this series, the tears are an important as the photography itself. This series is entitled Chiens de l’Enfer, in reference to Charles Bukowski’s Love is a Dog From Hell.
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