In 2011, a few months after the fall of Ben Ali, at a workshop organized by the Shutter Party in Tunis, I met a group of photographers that included the artist Héla Ammar. She was already exploring two of her favorite themes: the representation of feminine identity in Mediterranean Arab cultures and the idea of confinement.
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