Axelle
Bruniau

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Axelle Bruniau – Leughenaer

PHOTOGRAPHY

Axelle Bruniau – Leughenaer

by Axelle Bruniau

« Leughenaer is an autobiographical fiction about my relationship to my childhood in a particular geography and culture – Dunkirk – a city in the north of France. This film refers particularly to my non-binarity and transfemininity in a social context where carnival culture and cross-dressing are an important part of life for three months a year. The architecture of the city of Dunkirk is of particular interest to me because of the parallel I can draw with my own person. This city was 90% destroyed during World War II and was quickly rebuilt into a modern city. Deconstructing in order to reconstruct, that is how I went back to make this film.»

D'HEYGERE

PHOTOGRAPHY

D'HEYGERE

with Philippe Jarrigeon

As part of a course led by Philippe Jarrigeon, 2nd-year Bachelor of Photography students at ECAL/Ecole cantonale d'art de Lausanne were asked to work in the world of D'heygere jewelry and accessories. Between luxury and the ordinary, reality and representation, the students proposed new ways of interpreting the provocative, minimalist pieces.