Philippe Lopparelli offers a close-up study of the electronic generation yet chooses not cover the phenomenon in an “objective” manner, instead prefering to weave personal connexions. He spent ten years roaming across Europe to learn more about this generation and its ideals. His project emerged as society was undergoing major change, marked by a radical transformation of communication channels, the...
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