City dwellers navigate between areas of shadows and lights, like actors entering and leaving the stage. They appear alternately in a moment of isolation, detached from the passing crowd and urban movements. Suddenly, the look is hooked, we follow only them. Text of Elise Fourché Robin Cassiau http://robin.cassiau.free.fr
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