1. Domestiques are the workhorses of the team.

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    Domestiques are the workhorses of the team. This video shows how a domestique chase down a breakaway rider. © ketterechts 2015 www.dieketterechts.com www.facebook.com/dieketterechts www.twitter.com/_ketterechts

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    • Mineures domestiques - Mauritanie

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      Mineures domestiques - Mauritanie Crédits: Mr. Oskar Elpede Juldain

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      • Fixed Gear Nightride Berlin (Teaser)

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        Enjoy the smooth Pictures of The Night Ride through Berlin. The Tour was organized by Domestiques Berlin. We accompanied the 50 Bikers with a new active steadycam system by MOVIK. All scenes were shot on a Canon 5D Mark III. www.movik.de www.facebook.com/movik.de Production: MOVIK Tobias Rost, Clemens Wronski and Pascal Messmer Camera: Pascal Messmer Music: OVERWERK - I Am London https://soundcloud.com/overwerk/i-am-london Night Ride 12 https://www.facebook.com/events/433806326735641/ Team Domestiques Berlin https://www.facebook.com/BikePunkNightRides

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        • Adoption Day in Brussels

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          Sculptures in silicone, Nourry’s Bébés Domestiques, combine characteristics of human children and dogs as they reflect on the ideas of pet fetishization and genetic manipulation. These pieces invite viewers to question the borderline between humans and animals, which has considerably evolved through time. The boundary between humans and animals changes over time. During the colonial exhibitions, humans are shown in zoos; in the 40s in Guatemala, the US uses humans as guinea pigs for medical experiments. Nazis considered certain minorities as Untermenschen (lesser-men) and practiced methodical extermination. During Adoption Day events in Brussels (2008) and London (2007), Nourry and a team of other “nannies” took to the streets, each with a Bébé sculpture in tow, to distribute “adoption forms” to strangers passing by. Participants filled out the forms, describing their home environments and why they were interested in “adopting.” Then at the end of the day, the nannies reviewed the forms and made a small selection of the most appropriate adoptive families. In a series of Family Portraits, the artist then documented the chosen families as they welcomed their new addition into their homes. In other Bébés Domestiques performances in Paris, New York, and Tokyo, Nourry recorded the reactions of passerby and fellow child and pet caretakers who encountered her Bébés displayed randomly in public settings. The experience blurs the line between the customary roles of spectator and actor, and becomes an interesting anthropological study, with reactions differing from one individual to another depending on their origin and personal experiences. Sculptures and documentary installations from the Bébés Domestiques series have been exhibited at Art Brussels (2008), Elaine Levy Gallery (2009) in Brussels, and at Wooster on Spring (2006) in New York. They have been adopted in Paris, London, Brussels, Tokyo and New York.

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          • Profession, domestique

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            18 minutes, 2013 Montage : Matthieu Parmentier Musique : Antoine Dubost Réalisation et photographies : Julien Brygo Film photographique réalisé pour le site du Monde diplomatique : http://www.monde-diplomatique.fr/carnet/2012-12-13-Profession-domestique Adaptation de l'article « Profession, domestique », publié en septembre 2011 : http://www.monde-diplomatique.fr/2011/09/BRYGO/20917 Le 26 juin 2013, ce film photographique a obtenu un Prix du public au festival Les Nuits photographiques, à Paris : http://www.lesnuitsphotographiques.com/les-prix-du-public/

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            • Silence, Elles parlent ! - campagne ruban blanc

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              Dans le cadre de la campagne « Ruban Blanc », campagne contre les violences faites aux femmes, la « Maison Plurielle » fédère toutes les institutions qui s’occupent de ces violences. Ce vidéogramme présente l’action, décrit l’identité et la spécificité de chacun des partenaires qui œuvrent dans le Grand Charleroi sur ces thématiques. A côté de l’aspect théorique de certaines interventions, le vidéogramme repose également sur des témoignages émouvants de femmes en lutte contre les violences qu’elles ont subies. Leur contribution courageuse humanise le film et montre la difficulté mais aussi l’espoir de vaincre une forme de dépersonnalisation. Le vidéogramme s’adresse à toutes les personnes confrontées ou témoins de violence et peut également servir d’outil pédagogique pour former ou alerter les acteurs du monde associatif.

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              • Les bonnes

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                Que se passe‐t‐il en Colombie, hors des zones de combats ? Comment s’y organise la vie quotidienne? Pour le découvrir, nous suivons quatre bonnes, et les familles pour lesquelles elles travaillent. Cette immersion, à la fois dans les quartiers populaires et aisés de la capitale, offre une vision complète du contexte local.

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                • "Fantasy au Petit-Déjeuner" épisode 35

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                  "Les Domestiques" par Michael Marshall Smith, publié aux éditions Milady.

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