For the Triennial of Contemporary Art in Vendôme, the artist Dorothy Shoes is exhibiting through October 2015 her latest series, ColèresS Planquées. The word is an anagram for the French term for multiple sclerosis (MS). Shoes, who has the disease herself, asked thirty-three women she knew to interpret her personal representations of MS and its degenerative factors. Considered incurable, MS affects over 300,000 people in Europe.
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