My project has two objectives: firstly, it is about portraying people who are not usually portrayed and imposing their presence, and their beauty, in the museum space. Secondly, I am trying to unite the long-time residents of the buildings on Archereau, Mathis and Riquet streets, a working-class neighbourhood in the midst of gentrification, around an empowering project. I arrived in the neighbourhood in 1999, when my family left the 13th arrondissement and its high rents. As such, and although I have lived there for a long time, I am part of the first wave of gentrifiers. At the time, the MK2 quai de Seine had just opened and the neighbourhood was already beginning its transformation. Since the 2000s, and especially since the opening of the 104 museum in 2008, these transformations have accelerated.