Dove Allouche
Felicia Atkinson
Fayçal Baghriche
Cécilia Bengolea
Patrick Bernier et Olive Martin
Michel Blazy
Corentin Canesson
Julien Creuzet
Hoël Duret
Nicolas Floch
Groupe Suzanne
Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige
Thomas Hirschhorn
Tarek Lakhrissi
Florence Lazar
Mauricio Limon de León
Paul Maheke
Maxime Marion & Emilie Brout
Flora Moscovici
Charlotte Moth
Rometti Costales
Mathieu Roquigny
Yoan Sorin
Kengné Téguia
Sarah Tritz
Camille Tsvethoukine
Marion Verboom
Raphaël Zarka

Kameli is not only interested in deconstructing the existing image archive, she also insists on the presence of a counter-archive, one less public but nevertheless crucial. She renders visible women who themselves produced representations, such as: Louisette Ighilahriz, and an FLN militant who recruited women to sew Algerian flags for the Independence Day celebration; Louiza Ammi Sid, who worked throughout the Black Decade as a photojournalist; Marie-José Mondzain, a French philosopher of the image born in Algiers whose motherwas from a well-established Jewish Algerian family and whose father was a Polish artist, a communist who escaped the Holocaust; and the first Algerian female filmmaker andnovelist, Assia Djebar.

Katia Kameli, Natasha Marie Llorens