Florence Cats & Joseph Charroy
In Italian "chi è lei" means "who is she". Initially we left in the footsteps of my great-grandmother who was born in 1900 in Busseto, a small town of Emilia-Romagna in the north of Italy, but "chi è Lei? Here does not mean any particular person. The question is open, indefinite, unresolved. Our research is based on doubt, vulnerability, disappearance. The question is primarily for the eye. In Italian "chi è lei" can also mean "who are you".
170 pages, 138 x200 mm
xerox, laser and riso print
perfect binding50 copies
texts and drawings : Florence Cats
photographs and graphic design : Joseph Charroy