Corinne Rozotte, born in France and currently living in Paris, is an independent, engaged photographer. Her work, promoting more social and environmental justice, includes both a humanistic approach and a visual aesthetics’ research.
Corinne’s background in sociology shaped the humanist gaze she uses today in her photographic work. Neither inquisitive, nor catastrophic, her gaze is calm and quiet. Still, it gives an uncompromising view of a disturbing reality that one would rather not see. Her images, taken in France and in South East Asia, focus on scars left by man on natural landscapes, and on a changing rural society. They highlight ruptures and suffering, and encourage a somehow mad humanity to return to reason.