‘Madam C’ features the lives of women who lie between self-constructed images and oneselves. Most of these photographs were taken in Bundang, a boom town not far from Seoul, the capital of Korea. Trying to perceive its interior space and people from a distance, I have found something not unique that we saw somewhere. It appears as a manipulated movie set and a place where happiness is made. In this place there is a slide between dissonance and consonance, which come from relationships between urban space and man. All of us have bad faith(mauvaise foi) to some extent as far...
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