In Brussels, in the winter of 2011-2012, the Belgian photographers Gaël Turine, Loïc Delvaulx and Cédric Gerbehaye were tracking down the complex faces of diversity in key places of the city. These sites were identified and chosen by a group of citizens, accompanied by the non-profit association Bruxelles Laïque, in order to express their views on multiculturalism.
These photographs are associated with : Objets d'Exil (Objects of Exile characterizing migration, chosen and captioned by the pupils of the high school “Athénée Royal Gatti de Gamond”, in relation with the Théâtre National's educational department).
The group of adolescents attended the rehearsals of Fabrice Murgia’s new performance EXILS and experimented the different stages of the production through the act of writing, playing music or photographing, and with these various tools, looked for a way to recount their own vision of a journey of migration.
With the support of the Culture programme of the European Union, Bruxelles Laïque, Athénée Royal Gatti de Gamond, Le Soir newspaper.