“In front of a photograph, I feel sound, a word is associated with a color, this is called synesthesia. It is a neurological phenomenon by which two or more senses are involved. Often images that affect me are those that remind me of the silence, those that give me a feeling of lightness and weightlessness.” ThusIsabelle Chapuis & Duy Anh Nhan...
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