“Corinne Dadat 50 years, she is maid in high school St. Mary of Bourges. It is used in permanent contracts in this private, paid at the minimum wage. I met her while working at Printemps de Bourges festival for which she made extras. I watched carefully do his job, that is to say, do housework. She immediately told me that at 50, she has no prospects for alternative employment. His experience is, if not representative, at least significantly shared by the lumpen proletariat today’s realities. Social displacement, insecurity and lack of any professional horizon are the fault lines of a portion of the population, compounded by a gaping digital divide. For any job, asked me to master Word and Excel, but I do not even know turn on a computer (…) Anyway, sooner or later, it will be replaced by robots. “Mohamed El Kathib
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Born in 1980, Marion Poussier lives and works in Paris. A graduate of the Ecole Nationale Supérieure Louis Lumière, she is a freelance photographer, working with the press and in parallel develop personal projects. Focused on meeting the other, his work reflects his sensitivity but also the questions and decrypts the gestures, the spaces between body attitudes and behaviors of some communities. Considered one of the most talented photographers of his generation, the work of Marion Poussier, has been awarded many times. The price of the Talent Award for his series The Heat Wave is the first of many. Its been around a series of youth received a citation at the Kodak Prize for criticism in 2005 and was exhibited at the Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie d’Arles in 2006. Family, his last work, was hailed by the prestigious Academy of Fine Arts. Marion Poussier is the author of three books published by Filigranes: IIIs habit(ai)ent au 61 rue d’Avron, Un Eté, Famille et Corps de ballet, recently released on the occasion of his exhibition at the Academy of Fine Arts.
Mohamed El Khatib writer / director initiated from Moi project, Corinne Dadat, housekeeper, a series of portraits of women officiating in maintenance and whose main qualification is their body