“Photography, a pretext to address the road” is an illustrated talk by Belgian-French photographer Frédéric Lecloux. It is a voyage through twenty years of photography, from Europe to the Himalayas back and forth, in which the photographer interrogates how photography has influenced his relationship to otherness and how traveling has altered the way he perceives photography.
A lecture first given on the occasion of the workshop “Re-enacting the silk road, part III – Silk Road Representations: Travels, Texts & Images”, University of Nottingham, Sept. 2013.

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