Creators of the Dévastée brand, Ophélie Klère and François Alary conceived Perceptions with the writer Chloé Delaume.
Made from forty-six graphite drawings and textual fragments, Perceptions is a poetic and intimate drift where the cemetery becomes a landscape.
Through the eroded stones, statues and dry grass, a female voice questions her own relationship to death and records what she feels in a deceptively innocent way. The real, captured in a quasi-photographic way, sometimes disintegrates to the point of abstraction in the visuals, according to the sinuosities of the narrative. For if the graves here smile, it is perhaps because death knows how to be luminous.