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This series carefully explores the forms of nervous and tortuous bodies stuck in a thick veil. The anonymous models, representative of an emotion, then appear as carved in stone. Through a play of shadows and the folds of the veil, the use of curves and the postures of the models reveal the paradox of an expressive power immured in silence.


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Immersed in the heart of Cuba, I met the inhabitants of the bateyes (villages) of the sugar factories still active or abandoned and the sugar workers to witness these lives sacrificed and immortalize these trades so emblematic of the island, condemned to disappear.


Through these portraits made with a field camera, I wanted to photograph different profiles of Cubans born from the miscegenation coming from the sugar cane plantations and to reflect the influence of Castro propaganda on the identity of Cubans. By approaching each portrait, the observer can discover a filigree phrase repeated infinitely but imperceptible at first sight since it merges with the subject of reference.