My work questions the identity mutations that the individual experiences within the leisure civilization. I have analyzed people around me, practiced self-derision and criticized to contextualize me. It is not really the definition of identity that interests me – but rather the situation in which this identity would be in conflict. Socio-cultural margins. Yasmina Laraqui www.yasminelaraqui.com
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