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Report - Des Armes/ Weapons - Photography in the Quarries of Paris, 2012

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    Des Armes (Weapons) is a poem by the Franco-Monegasque Léo Ferré (1916-1993) drawn from a larger unpublished work, written in the immediate aftermath of the May 1968 protests in France and entitled Lamentations front of Sorbonne. Published in 1969 in issue 5 of the anarchist journal La Rue. I have started to photograph this poem in light painting in the great southern network of the abandoned Quarries of Paris. This is only the beginning.

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    Des armes, des chouettes, des brillantes
    Weapons, fantastic things, brilliant things

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    Des qu'il faut nettoyer souvent pour le plaisir
    Things it's necessary to clean often for pleasure


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    Et qu'il faut caresser comme pour le plaisir
    And that it's necessary to caress as if for pleasure

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    L'autre, celui qui fait rêver les communiantes
    Also, what makes the communion takers dream
     

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