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Finding their place

Humans are social creatures by nature. We are constantly looking for contact, be it visual, tactile, or verbal. The way we speak identifies us as belonging to our group, as well as influences the way the society perceives us. Here the individuals need to relearn to express themselves to go beyond their social origins. Discover the stories of people confronting the social borders of speech and their struggle to eventually find their place.

To be heard

There are exchanges where our counterparts do not listen to us. Sending an SOS, breaking stereotypes, or simply sharing ideas, speech has a liberating power for those who seize it. If only we listened...

Talking in vain

Communication has at least two sides. One must express something, the other has to understand it. But what happens when language, culture and age are so different that communication seems impossible? How much should we persevere?