I depart from inside to the outside. No. I depart from the place where we stopped being alone in order to question an intimate space that became public. It is made of unusual encounters, trades, and the lost, abandoned and found. Time is used as a process and as a material, the body and the object invoke presence, places, odours, thoughts, images, stories, and memories of the three times. This place that is now mine is a moment in which performance, photography, and installation intersect, contour and incorporate each other, exploring the boundaries of both – body and object – in the articulation of a one-on-one meeting.