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Young people from the EMPRO Cardinet*, Paris, 17th arrondissement, with Eden Tinto Collins.

 *Day centre for young adults with disabilities


As we are all "wired", our ways of socialising and our perception of reality are more and more linked to the virtual worlds. What if we were to immerse ourselves in the images that this generates?

Using drawings and collages, we have merged our imaginations and our representations of ourselves and the world. We are wearing this series of images, which borrows the internet aesthetic, like new logos on our T-shirts to visually introduce it into our daily lives.


This publication was realised by young people from the EMPRO Cardinet in the 17th arrondissement of Paris: Nolwenn BIAUD, Aboubacar DIABY, Borichephort IKOUNGA, Sarah KAMI, Johnatan NATHALIE-VIRGINIE, Alex RAJBEER ROHILLA, Augustin ZIGAH, with artist Eden Tinto Collins and specialised educator Yann Doumeix.


Graphic design: MaxiSouk - Maxime Bersweiler & Soukvilay Cordier.

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

Workshop led by Eden Tinto Collins with young people from the EMPRO Cardinet, Paris, 17th arrondissement © Mathieu Samadet

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