A more powerful form of expression for him than speech, photography offers Louis-Florent Dyèvre the opportunity to express his fears, but also the hope, which he does not know how to verbalize. The chance to be exposed.
Appearances can be deceiving. The sufferings of the past so hard to bear. How many of us go through life hiding our wounds, for fear of judgment, of the other’s gaze? Yet, behind the smiles on the facade, the traumas are accomplishing their destructive work.
Through this exhibition, he chooses to lift a corner of the veil on his deep “I”. This artistic project, which combines visual and auditory immersion, is thus an invitation to travel in its black and white universe, where hope follows suffering. And vice versa.