Self -taught photographer, Patrice Molle, known by the pseudonym 67 poses places the human at the center of his artistic reflection. He questions the mind as much as the body and is always in a perspective to make a link, as well between the spectator and the model as well as the subjects themselves when there are several. In 2012, the artist created a participatory studio around culture in Nantes metropolitan France. In 2013, he embarked on the intrasigna project to discover sign language and deaf culture. It was from 2014 that 67 poses produced more intimate series. The feminine nude reveals more philosophical questions about being, perception, illusion, unconsciousness. But it is the individual who remains at the heart of reflections. All photographs are taken and controlled in laboratory on supreme argentic supreme fuji paper.