The economic crisis forced an icreasingly amount of people to become homeless, transforming them from normal persons to social outcast. The phenomenon is dramatically boosting and most of the people photographed (and interviews tape recorded) are "new" homeless, struck by the crisis and unable to recover. Instead of contextualized photographs, a black background was used, with people floating in the dark, because that is what society is doing. Building a "non-lieux" for people who, for many personal reasons, lost the grip to its economic pace. (image by Jean-Marc Caimi)
The economic crisis forced an icreasingly amount of people to become homeless, transforming them from normal persons to social outcast. The phenomenon is dramatically boosting and most of the people photographed (and interviews tape recorded) are "new" homeless, struck by the crisis and unable to recover. Instead of contextualized photographs, a black background was used, with people floating in the dark, because that is what society is doing. Building a "non-lieux" for people who, for many personal reasons, lost the grip to its economic pace.
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