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Young students from the ULIS program* of the Collège Le Moulin à Vent, Cergy-Pontoise (95) with Louise Mutrel

*Localised Units for Inclusion


How can a camera become a tool for collective experimentation?

Together, we shaped some curious machines of vision so as to renew our perception of our environment. In the forest, we tamed the photographic devices, combined our gestures, initiated stagings and invented narratives. 

By elaborating publications using the risography* technique, we added color and matter to share a new way of seeing.


*Risography is a technique somewhere between digital printing and silk-screening. It is an ecological and economical stencil printing process. The final results resemble lithography or silk-screening with its handmade aspect and bright and luminous colors.


This publication was realised by young students from the ULIS program ot the Collège Le Moulin à Vent in Cergy-Pontoise (95): Mira ABDELLI, Enzo BERTHY, Selma CHAMASAOUI, Johan LABEJOF, Noah LALOUPE DIGAN, Léa LOROT-COCHIN, Miley MASSICOT-DUNOYER, Lucas NGUYEN, Sofia OUICHENE, Aymene YACOUBI, with artist Louise Mutrel, coordinator of the ULIS program Aurelia Batlle, and learning disability support worker Carole Voisenet.  


Graphic design: MaxiSouk - Maxime Bersweiler & Soukvilay Cordier.

A creation carried out as part of the "Mon Journal du Monde" program. 

Workshop led by Louise Mutrel with young students from the ULIS program of the Collège Le Moulin à Vent, Cergy-Pontoise (95) © Madeleine Catteau

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