“Streetlife” – Sleepwalking

From “Streetlife”

Project by Nasser Martin-Gousset

The story line of this musical comedy takes place in contemporary Orleans and in places of everyday movement – a square, a courtyard, a parking lot or a street.
Without losing site of the storybook aspect of this musical fable, the comedy remains anchored in reality, as do the characters and situations.
The project is built on pre-existing French songs, labelled “realist”, from the 1930s, 40s and 50s, as well as popular and international songs from the 60s, 70s and 80s. They are transformed and adapted to tell a story.
Together with the participants, we created movement and text based on improvisations and given situations related to the concept of behaviour in the public space that is the street, exploring encounters, rendezvous, good-byes and reunions.
Nasser Martin-Gousset.


How it was done:

  • Used a 70-200mm lens at 200mm
  • Exposure time: 1/500 seconds at F2.8, ISO320
  • Imported in Adobe Lightroom
  • Some tweaking in Adobe Lightroom (cropped, added vignette and split toning)



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