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The Author : Jérémy Piette

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A graduate from the Villa Arson school of art in 2015, Jérémy Piette is an artist and journalist. He wrote on culture in the French newspaper Libération for 3 years (2016 – 2019) and occasionally for Vogue Homme and Les Cahiers du Cinéma. Today, he still is a regular collaborator for Libération while pursuing his artistic work.

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Chronicle by Jérémy Piette
04 April 2020

Journal #1 – Staying visible

Chronicle by Jérémy Piette

Mastering the visible, circumventing the visible. Keeping oneself visible. As the weeks of confinement draw on, so do our fears of fainting out of sight. Away from the streets, away from people. This unspeakable fear of disappearing from view, ours and others’, for one another. Becoming ghosts. We multiply our Skypes, Zooms, appearances on Instagram, TikTok and live on Facebook. We divide ourselves into a succession of web windows, we clone our own existence — to better immortalize it — with the help of webcams. Screens become passageways into other pixel-worlds.

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