Losing a loved one is a break in our lives. This loss interacts with a collective, the places where we live or even the social and political structures which normalize our lives. Faced with the apparent loneliness of mourning, the death of the loved one questions our identity as fundamentally rela-tional beings.
Médias, cultures et technologies
Information - Communication
Nostalgia became a major resource for contemporary media culture. Retro-tinted TV shows, the passion for vintage and patina furniture, retro-gaming waves or (institutional) commemorations of an often idealized past are an important part of our everyday life.
Raconter la guerre
Souvenirs des élèves du département du Nord (1920)
Documents et témoignages
In May 1920, on the occasion of an International Exhibition for the Renaissance of the liberated regions, Georges Lyon Lille chief education officer, asked the teachers to reply to a questionnaire and asked the pupils to write an essay about their memories at war and a narrative dramatic experience they could have been watching as well.
Arts du spectacle - Images et sons
Lost human face, absent-present image, lurking in the meanders of the memory. Like a pilgrim anxious to lead us along the best path, Miguel Almiron describes the works of artists and researchers obsessed with this lost image, which they bring back to life through innovative techniques and in the most diverse socio-cultural environments.