A native of the countryside, the artist, who has chosen to live in the city, in no way intends to deny his origins, like many of his contemporaries, whom he views with a critical eye. He has decided, in a complex installation bringing together photography, texts, video, objects, and rice, to give an account of the world of his origins and of his preoccupations.
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