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    In September 2012, during travel from Dakar to Rabat I found a discarded television on the side of the road, I was inspired to use the screen to … Read More
    In September 2012, during travel from Dakar to Rabat I found a discarded television on the side of the road, I was inspired to use the screen to frame my images of African life and landscape, keeping in mind that the TV has a limited point of view and often used as a tool of manipulation. With my lens, I force viewers to see what’s both inside and outside the frame, encouraging them to compare city-to-city and village-to-village. Read Less
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Telebi01  At the border between Morocco - Mauritania 2012
Telebi 03  Many times I asked her name. Many times she replied, “Soit heureux.” (Be happy.)
Telebi 04 A boy taking a solitude break in a fishing pirogue, Dakar, Senegal 2012
Telebi 05 Plage de Yoff, Dakar, Senegal, 2012.
Telebi 06 Malick framing the view, Plage de Yoff, Dakar, Senegal, 2012.
Telebi 06 Boys playing in the surf at Plage de Virage. October 2012.
Telebi 07 These boys are twins, but it was their sunglasses that made them stand out.
In September 2012, during travel from Dakar to Rabat I found a discarded television on the side of the road, I was inspired to use the screen to frame my images of African life and landscape, keeping in mind that the TV has a limited point of view and often used as a tool of manipulation. With my lens, I force viewers to see what’s both inside and outside the frame, encouraging them to compare city-to-city and village-to-village.