The principle: each of us - my mother and I - writes a text based on what each of these family photos evokes or provokes in him or her - memories, suppositions, hypotheses, analyses. The two texts are then placed next to the image. The idea is to see, for some of the photos in the family album - if we can call the more or less messy photos in a drawer at my mother's - what they evoke or trigger, more or less forged or (re)manufactured memories, fantasies, escapes, memories of other photos or readings as well.
The two texts, which speak about, from and around the image under consideration, are in fact floating and often uncertain. It is in the confrontation between them and the picture that things are played out. And the uncertainty, the "moving" can sometimes settle down, with a definitive doubt (sometimes even for the authors of the texts) about the place, the date, the circumstances, even the protagonists. This doubt ultimately leads to the frontiers of fiction.