When, in 2007, my path crossed that of Tendance Floue, they had behind them a long wake of noise, flashes, actions, and laughs, but mostly of photographs. Their images were already illuminating flares aimed at all corners of reality. I had then sensed that one of the possible and especially pertinent uses of photography was being invented there. And I...
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