Myrtille m’s photography focuses on research into identity and the reconstitution of memory. In her series, Object(s), myrtille m carries out an emotional inventory of objects belonging to her mother, who disappeared suddenly when she was five years old. Lacking any memories of her, she seeks to piece together her mother’s identity, and in doing so, understand her own identity.
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