François Pesant has chosen to address an invisible phenomenon, a scourge that has left deep psychological scars on an entire system: rape in the United States Army. Shame, anger, betrayal and courage are all on display in the legal and emotional chaos. By making photographs the instrument of this fraught narrative, Pesant visually communicates the conflicted feelings of the rare victims who dare to speak out.
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