Justice(s) / Photo and text project
Since 2014/15

Revealed images of justice(s)

Jus unum, the law is one. Are we inspired by the same universal values that tend towards justice? And what indeed is justice? Without any doubt it’s not just that blindfolded lady holding scales. Is it an ideal? A dream? For the legal expert, justice refers not to what is just, but to what is conform to the positive legislation as applied by the judicial institutions. Justice can also be unfair, the law arbitrary. History shows us many examples of iniquitous laws! But for each of us, justice is a feeling, a sensation. What is just or unjust? We are drawn from the singular to the plural. Each life history reveals a personal image of justice. Justice, justices...
And so what does justice mean to you?

Alexandra Bensamoun, 2015

With Abdel, Alain, Alice, Anaïs, Anestis, Anne, Anne Charlotte, Antoine, Assimoula, Aude, Bernhard, Bouba, Carole, Catherine, Chiemerie, the children of Goussainville, Christiane, Claire, Claudia, Corinne, Dagmar, Dalaï, Daniel, Deniz, Dominique, Doriane, Édouard, Emmanuel, an Eritrean refugee, Fabricia, Fatou, Flora, Franck, Françoise, Frédéric, Gaëlle, Georges, Gilles, Gwenola, Halina, Héloïse, Hugo, Irène, Isabelle, Jacqueline, Jacques, Jason, Jo, Jocelyne, Kader, Katerina, Khader, Kiêt, Laure, Micheline, Michelle, Muriel, Nadarajah, Nathalie, Natia, Nazrul, Nicolas, Olivier, Omar, Özge, Patrick, Peter, Philippe, Pierre, Pierre-Jean, Quentin, Racha, Raphaël, Ray, Sabine, Sandess, Sándor, Sandra, Sérine, Simone, Skall, Sophia, Stéphane, students from year 3, 2014-15 at the Parisian architecture school ENSAPLV, Uta, Valérie, Vasileia, Véronique alias Utopia, Victoire, Vincent, Virginia, Virginie, Yann, Younoussa, Yves ...

Many thanks to Jocelyne Ginestet, Frédéric Robin, Farah Rachmat, Élisabeth Ballet, Anastassia Makridou-Bretonneau, Vincent Victor Jouffe, P&U Gautel and Jason Karaïndros for their precious help, to Amnesty International and Enda Europe, to Aminata Soumaoro, to Marilyne Poulain and Christine Kermoal of the CGT union, to the photo lab Ima Chrom’, to Po Sim Sambath, Frédéric Ramade and the team of Arte Créative - Ateliers A, to Dominique Truco, Valérie and Jacques Villeglé and to the gallery Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Valois, to Christian Boltanski and the MAC VAL museum, to Véronique Pattegay, Patrice Pattegay and Théo Ampilhac, Il Faut le Faire, Goussainville, to the association Eurêka, to Anne Collin of Le Parisien, to PICTO, the T2G – Gennevilliers theatre, the art school École supérieure d’art de La Réunion, to Médecins du Monde, the Musée du quai Branly, to CABININ, Çanakkale, to Agnès Tricoire, to the architectural firm Brossy & Associés, to Jochen Gerz, to the first president of the Poitiers court of appeal, the president of the court of law and the team of the courthouse, to Georges Faraklas, Jean-Charles Moretti and of course to all the participants.

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