Tu me dis (2016) is a work I created during a residency at the Manual Rivera-Ortiz Foundation in Arles.
This work and book by the same name show an image sequence of the twenty-four hours I spent with an unknown woman. The publication included a letter the woman wrote to me afterwards. It offers an insight into my methodology as a maker and illustrates my personal search for access, intimacy, trust and collaboration from the subject’s perspective. The book was published by APE (Art Paper Editions) and was selected in 2017 for the Author Book Award at Les Rencontres d’Arles.