»Mizpah represent the way in which personal memory is born at the border between reality and fiction. Intervensions over images are indirect and intimate messages to a family that even through I had, I never felt it belonged to me. The photos are part of the family archive. By working with the family's photographic archive, I tried to get closer to certain moments that I did not experience or that I do not remember.
Mizpah is a photographic project that represents a funeral necessary for my own healing«