Facsimilae of a family album, dealing with notions such reproduction, originality, authenticity, privacy and perception.
By altering the initial order of images, using blanks and empty space as image, the seemingly real of the facsimilae reproduction of the album, is contradicted by the absence and displace-ment of the original images. Thus, what seems real and authentic in print, is in fact a manufactured construct, a book in which 'the senses deceive perception'. The specific,
time-limited original album, is at the same time doubly preserved as a defined object, belonging to a specific individual and transformed into a vast and timeless cliche, belonging to everyone.
Roman 140grs., A4 photocopy, handbound hardcover, edition 10, 2003