“Photography allows me to materialize – through an aesthetic as well as a documentary approach – my commitment to societal subjects that affect me particularly.”
These women who show themselves first from behind, these are the women who live on the street and who you usually don’t see. These are the “invisible”. For security they hide.
In the evening, they come to the home to recharge their batteries, to rest. They are accompanied and helped to move towards a lasting housing solution and a new life.
Today, these women reveal themselves, pose in front of the public, show their faces and their personalities. In these triptychs, they reveal themselves in three ways: from the back, from the front and through an object that is dear to them.
Among these « femmes de la Halte », there are also those who, every evening, are there to welcome those who are accommodated, those who listen: social workers. They also lent themselves to the exercise of the triptych portrait, because all these women have something to show, to tell of themselves that the others do not know.