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Chloé Azzopardi is a French photographer living and working between Paris and the Catalan mountain range of Montserrat. She prefers to work in the long term, focusing on mental health, ethology and the construction of an imaginary future beyond our current era. In this series, the photographer develops a futuristic and metaphorical fable that questions the relationship between humans and animals. For a long time, Western philosophy has distinguished between species, nature and culture, to the point of separating us from the rest of the living world and forgetting the interdependence of nature. This thinking goes against the great scientific principles of the fragile balance of our environment and the reality of our origins: we are, for example, closer to the chimpanzee, with whom we share about 98% of our DNA, than we are to the gorilla. In this fantasy ecosystem, new inter-species relationships can be imagined, forming a community preserved from the prism of utility or servitude. An intimate fiction that sheds light on the possibility of a (r)evolution of our conception of life.

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    Écosystèmes, Chloé Azzopardi

    Chloé Azzopardi is a French photographer who prefers to work in the long term, focusing on mental health, ethology and the construction of an imaginary future beyond our current era. In this series, the photographer develops a futuristic and metaphorical fable questioning the relationship between humans and animals.
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    Écosystèmes, Chloé Azzopardi

    Chloé Azzopardi is a French photographer who prefers to work in the long term, focusing on mental health, ethology and the construction of an imaginary future beyond our current era. In this series, the photographer develops a futuristic and metaphorical fable questioning the relationship between humans and animals with this butterfly flight.
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    Écosystèmes, Chloé Azzopard

    Chloé Azzopardi is a French photographer who favours long-term work, focusing on mental health, ethology and the construction of an imaginary future beyond our current era. In this series, the photographer develops a futuristic and metaphorical fable questioning the relationship between humans and animals by evoking it through organic elements.
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    Écosystèmes, Chloé Azzopardi

    Chloé Azzopardi is a French photographer who prefers to work in the long term, focusing on mental health, ethology and the construction of an imaginary future beyond our current era. In this series, the photographer develops a futuristic and metaphorical fable questioning the relationship between humans and animals by evoking the contact of the snake and the hands that manipulate it.
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    Écosystèmes, Chloé Azzopardi

    Chloé Azzopardi is a French photographer who favours long-term work, focusing on mental health, ethology and the construction of an imaginary future beyond our current era. In this series, the photographer develops a futuristic and metaphorical fable questioning the relationship between humans and animals by evoking the roar of nature that connects creatures.
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    Écosystèmes, Chloé Azzopardi

    Chloé Azzopardi is a French photographer who prefers to work in the long term, focusing on mental health, ethology and the construction of an imaginary future beyond our current era. In this series, the photographer develops a futuristic and metaphorical fable questioning the relationship between humans and animals with these snails that run up a pair of male legs.
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    Écosystèmes, Chloé Azzopardi

    Chloé Azzopardi is a French photographer who prefers to work in the long term, focusing on mental health, ethology and the construction of an imaginary future beyond our current era. In this series, the photographer develops a futuristic and metaphorical fable questioning the relationship between humans and animals with these butterflies that delicately dress an outstretched hand.
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