We tend to consider the right of free movement in an urban environment as fundamental.
However, in the city of Belfast in Northern Ireland, this principle is somewhat overlooked.
Known for its long history of inter-community conflict, the city still finds itself scarred by partitioning systems separating Catholic and Protestant areas: the “Peacelines”.
Districts were divided in order to limit conflicts, manipulating precarious safety in this city infamous for its strong identity.
These images aim to draw up an inventory of this unique situation.
My desire to carry out this work originated after seeing "Hunger" by Steeve Mc Queen.
I worked with images of the film remaining unconsciously in my mind, hence my choice to confront them in this publication.