The August Deter Case
« Aging is essentially a memory operation. However it is the memory that is the depth of human being. » Charles Peguy
A reflection on the operation of the human memory and the way it dysfunction in the case
of the Alzheimer disorder.
Memory intrigue us, question us.
How does it works, what do we keep ?
On the moment, after ten years, at the end of our life.
How all that make us individual people, our memories, our words, our actions is kept inside us ?
And what happens when the disorder interferes and erases our nature ?
Because the Alzheimer disorder is a real society problem, often scarying but that we badly control.
We estimate that in 2020, about 2 million people in France will have the Alzheimer disorder.
With an « experimental » editorial project, as on the form as on the graphic content.
Using graphic design to translate differently this social problem and try to contribuate to take a different look on this issue.
Printed by Yann Launay
Binding by Atelier Houdart