Demonstration

Demonstration. © Benoît Labourdette.

The demonstration is an act of declaration of existence, individual or collective. We know about public events, whether they are cultural, political or traditional. But the intimate demonstrations, within oneself, with respect to oneself, can be revolutionary, changing life.

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