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Every summer urban children, satiated with pre-programmed computer games, retreat into nature to build castles and palaces of branches and brushwood. Under the canopy of leaves they indulge in stories that go far enough to be exciting, but not so far that the adult world gets worried. After a time they leave these huts behind, small monuments to the nostalgic, wild days of childhood.
Samuel Hense (France, 1973) has been active as a freelance photographer since 2008. He studied at the School for Photojournalism and the School for the Fine Arts, both in Paris. In his work he investigates how the traces that man, nature, or simply time leave behind control our memories of places.
Price EUR 15,00