Série intitulée BOYNADJI N’KILLE (Rue du renard) réalisée dans le foyer des travailleurs sénégalais de Rouen.
Loin du reportage choc, ce travail posé dit d’une autre manière authentique la réalité de l’immigration africaine aux détours d’un regard, d’un sourire ou d’une expression grave.
Series called BOYNADJI N’KILLE (Fox Street) made in the home of Senegalese workers Rouen.
Far reportage shock, this work posed says another authentic way the reality of African immigration to the bends of a look, a smile or a serious expression.
« To go to the meeting of Senegalese workers Fox Street in Rouen I tried to stand out in vogue stereotypes about African immigration and also avoid the facilities of a voyeur paternalism. By planting on my case its tripod in the entrance of the building in front of a neutral background with a simple extra light so I opted for an almost minimalist original photographic approach, distanced and intimate at once, but above all respectful of others. Gradually familiarity with the characters of the home, the same conniving, appeared around the project, their initial reluctance to being dispelled by freeing front of the lens as and when taken, they have become actors of their own representation. also s ‘do they fully reveal in their diversity and in their truth. »