My oncle sent me one day a diary he had found in the papers my grandparents left after their passing. The diary is a factual report of the events the narrator experienced during the 4 years of war, from 1914 to 1918, but it gives very few informations about her. In an attempt to find out who this person was and what brought her to write down this diary, and since the meaning of the words themselves aren't of any help, the only thing left is to focus on the manner by which these letters, words and sentences were formed. The gestures and their traces on the paper might be a seen as a more truthful indication of who this person was, and as such, the line unfolds on different media and starts functioning as a path.
Installation | Audio work 9'10"
2 drawings 110x70cm:
Indian ink, charcoal and aquarell on Hahnemühler paper
2 animation approx. 9'30" each
Reproduction of the diary