This series is inspired by a recurring gesture cinema which fascinates me and especially in the films by Douglas Sirk and Alfred Hitchcock: the look off cameratriggered by the end of a hug. This time, almost choreographed in acting, has two stories: that shown and that which is imagined. Read the full article article in the French version of L’Oeil.
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