The gallery presents a selection of photographs by Juliette Mogenet based on the mise en scène as a subject of aesthetic study. Close to a simulacrum, mise en scène consists of building an image rather than suddenly capturing it. However, a mise en scène is not always a question of simulacra; it can be visible and become part of the image.
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