While working as a photojournalist in the mid-1990s and delivering standardized images, Alexis Cordesse's recent work offers a critical reflection on the ethics of testimony and a study of the responsibility of images. Palestine, Afghanistan, the French banlieues in crisis. His first trip to Rwanda, in 1996. Cordesse meets survivors, records the traces of absence and the consequences of trauma. What follows is a short film, more trips, several photoseries and exhibitions.