Thomas Vanden Driessche is a photographer and a member of the collective Out of Focus. At the start of 2012, he discovered a photo booth not far from his place in Brussels. He uses the device to narrate, through these renowned strips of four images, stories about the world of photography, his playground for several years. The Belgian artist dispenses his lessons with humour and irony revealing stereotypes and the trajectory of certain artistic trends.
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