Seeing life in sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis is a silent disease that affects approximately 400,000 people in Europe.
It is disabling and unpredictable, and above all 80% invisible.
Using the photographic medium to express the ills of this daily companion, seemed obvious to me… images can sometimes speak louder than words, and allow me to express and show with modesty, the symptoms and the fear of degenerative factors.
Keeping silent leaves us in the shade while speaking is our only light.
Véronique Durand Nemo