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Through 7 stories told with a verve of police investigation involving famous photographers or who will become famous (Julia Margaret Cameron - Virginia Woolf's great-aunt - Cartier-
Bresson, Doisneau, Gisèle Freund, Markus Hansen, Lartigue, Laurence Sudre), Martine Ravache endeavours to highlight the fact that every view is subjective, that it is a construction of
the spirit and that in the collective sharing of this individual experience there is a space where "paranoia", delirium, made-up, falsified and accredited history are introduced. No one sees the same thing. Do we really see what we think we see?
How the collective (the shared gaze) inscribes the vision that will become authoritative and self-imposed as that of truth.