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Technological gestures

New technologies have not only improved our communications and changed our everyday experience. They have also left their mark on our body expression, our postures and gestures . French photographer Christophe Beauregard explores these new codes in his Technomades photographic series, in which he eliminates electronic devices and leaves only gestures. The images will remain on display in Paris until next March.






(Images: Christophe Beauregard)

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