The Hunting and Nature Museum in Paris invite Sophie Calle, French writer, photographer, installation and conceptual artist.
Sophie Calle ased us for a light box “where you do not see anything”. She superposed a text on the image of her father and, at the reading, the image is not visible. It can be seen after 35 seconds, for a few seconds, before power off, leaving us with a image of his father which continues to exist in our memory. The text, stamped on the acrylic-glass panel remains white, even when the backlight is turned on. It is like a diorama, that Sophie Calle presente us, a tribute to the image, to the writing and to his father.