In the field of literature, identity as a container is a well-established notion. With Particles, Boris Loder transforms this concept into a study through photographs that questions social and geographical identities. Each cube contains objects that were collected in specific locations throughout Luxembourg, such as parking lots, streets, or waste grounds. This work shows what such objects have to say about their environment, about the “raison d’être” of a specific location, and about what a place is currently used for. Through narcotics in a playground, junk food on a sport’s field, or the ubiquity of drugs, Boris Loder’s photographs go against any stereotypical representations of some specific locations.

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