The line of lost souls explores hostile mountains and hills of our country in search of those who have dismissed a society whose rules are not understood any longer and a society in which they have lost their landmarks. These dissidents settle down in isolated areas where they might reinvent their own way of life and recreate a world where they will feel free again.
The line of lost souls points out a different relation to the world thanks to these individuals, their beliefs, their rules, their hopes. The aim of this work is to reflect this hidden community of dissidents in order to present the voice of an uprooted generation.Born on the 24th of November 1985, Lise grew up in Aveyron (South West of France), in a village of farmers called Naves.
She studied in Gobelins School Paris and carried out her internship in photo-reportage (AFP Jerusalem, Oeil Public).
She is now an independent photographer and has created several documentaries based on personal life experiences.
Silver-based photography, medium format, square format and color processing are significant in her work. She takes part in a range of photography exhibitions such as Circulations, Reggio Emilia, Musée des Abattoirs).
Lise is also an active member of the “Collectif Silures”, a group of artists working around the world of image.
Christophe Chaumont: Events Organizer for the city of Paris and Agent of artists.
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