My life in 16 / 9th (15 photos from 100) Like many urban dwellers, I live in a rod in front of another rod. An unwritten, but tacitly followed rule in large complexes is not to look at the neighbor. First to protect yourself: not to look is to imagine that we are not looking at you, it is to preserve what is so rare in this type of environment, privacy. A certain virus by depriving me of a possibility of photographic exogamy forced me to reinvest what was so close and so far, so taboo. During the confinement I...
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