Globalization is making us more aware of the realities of the entire planet through news, visits, and business travel. In addition, urbanization and consumer markets are tending to bring cultures and lifestyles ever closer to each other. Even so, and fortunately, diversity and differences remain. What is more, the most radical forms of alterity are found not only outside of our societies but tend to merge with them, and at the same time to change our core identities and our very ideas about universality.
Raymonde April, Near You No Cold – Charles Guilbert, To Photograph to Understand
Julian Germain, The Future is Ours, Classroom Portraits – Johanna Mizgala, Between Portraiture and the Documentary
Alejandro Cartagena, Carpoolers – Isa Tousignant, From the Northern to the Southern Suburbs
Images à charge : la construction de la preuve par l’image – Érika Wicky
Nicole Jolicoeur, Toucher sur image (vibrato) – Sheena Gourlay
Alain Laframboise, Le sens du quotidien – Gabrielle Desgagné-Duclos