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Young students from the UPE2A class (pedagogical units for arriving foreign-language children) of the Collège Jean Jaurès, Clichy-la-Garenne (92) with Elsa Abderhamani.


Being part of a crowd can sometimes be a way to show unity. But where does this leave each of us?
We analysed and deconstructed the representation of the crowd looking at pictures of protests and concerts. We observed that expressions, attitudes, clothes and hairstyles can both establish the identity of a group and show its diversity. Through drawing, collage, and painting techniques, we were able to reappropriate these representations. We played with both scale and positioning in the image to become visible within the group. 


This publication was realised by young students from the Collège Jean Jaurès (UPE2A class) in Clichy-la-Garenne (92): Valentina AGUIRRE SANTA MARIA, Ilham ANSARI, Dhilane BEDDEK, Mohamed Rayane BOUSSAA, Mohamed Louay BOUSSAA, Logain EL FADIL ABOAAGLA, Rahf EL FADIL ABOAAGLA, Samuel ILONGA ANTETE, Moustapha KABBA, Bohdana MARIASH, Eliana MARIN RIVERA, Yasmine MEITE, Saandia MIKIDADE Katherin MONCADA MINA, Nour NASAR, Sara Valentina RESTREPO CORTES, Youssef SAFFAH, Sara Nicole SANCHEZ JIMENEZ, Salomé SANCHEZ JIMENEZ, with artist Elsa Abderhamani, French as a Second Language teacher Nadjiba Kebir and teacher Edwige Lille-Palette.


Graphic design: MaxiSouk - Maxime Bersweiler & Soukvilay Cordier.

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

Workshop led by Elsa Abderhamani with young students from the UPE2A class of the Collège Jean Jaurès, Clichy-la-Garenne (92) © Madeleine Catteau 

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