Whether in his series “The ordinary life of an invisible man” which features a family of the fifties during a typical weekend, ” castle life” where young chatelains are decked out with heads of felines which symbolize the lordly and superior projections, which they have of themselves, “Upside down. The conventions laid bare” where the characters live as if they were constantly observed by a mirror, the works of Malo gives to see seemingly flawless, compassed and grand bourgeois reflections Nevertheless imperceptibly or more clearly the real is moving: it is displaced or half cut. Admittedly clothes make the man,...
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