Isabelle Derigo and Thomas Dorn met several years ago on a photography project that involved the notion of interplay and the fluctuation between internal identity and external representation. This meeting led to many sessions spread over a five years period, during which they produced a collection made of several series of pictures that illustrate this journey. Isabelle Derigo from Geneva and Thomas Dorn from Germany are different in many regards. Isabelle is focused and straightforward, perpetually reflecting on how to construct and express her inner self. Her modus operandi is the awareness of the movements— of her body, her mind and her art.
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