WALL (2016) is the result of a reorganization of portraits I’ve made of my two brothers for the past fifteen years. In order to question this ritual that has been engrained in my photographic practice from the start, I made a selection of prints, some older, that I printed in the darkroom, and others very recent, printed digitally by a lab. Progressively, a constellation of these photographs took form on a studio wall, which was then rephotographed. The idea was to flatten the history of this specific collaboration, to put all elements on a single plane. WALL proposes a trace of an activity and its archive.