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Patrícia Almeida & David-Alexandre Guéniot Ma Vie Va Changer

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GHOST Editions Lisbon. Portugal

Year: 2020
Editing: David-Alexandre Guéniot
Design: Marco Balesteros
Printing: Xerox
Binding: Plastic cover with silkscreen
Text: David-Alexandre Guéniot
Pages: 192
Size: 12 x 16 cm
Edition: 400 copies
ISBN: 978-989-54422-1-8

Portuguese Book Design Award 2021 – Special Mention

 

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"For three years (2011-13), we have collected press clippings. The ‘Arab Spring’ at its peak; the arrival of the Troika (IMF, ECB, EU) in Greece, Portugal and Ireland; the earthquake and nuclear disaster in Japan; and a bit everywhere in Europe and the USA, citizen movements against austerity policies in favour of the bailout of the financial system. Far from these world events, yet affected by them, a family, ours, a photo album.
Gustavo is 5, 6, 7 years old. He learns to read and write. His friend Gaspar is 9, 10, 11. His body changes from child to small adult. The disease comes back, goes away and comes back anew, always in the summer, but surrounded by friends. ‘Banks are like cancer’ says a placard brandished during an “Occupy” protest movement in New York. A brutal metaphor spreading in someone’s body. We hesitate between staying in Portugal and trying our luck in France. As long as one of us still has a job, we stay."
Patrícia Almeida and David-Alexandre Guéniot
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