He happened not to be there
(2006) is an installation concerning memory, personal and geographical realities,
based on staged photos from my parents home and texts inspired by scene directions from Marguerite Duras, 
Hiroshima mon amour (1959). ( This piece is a continuation on Where he came from  (2006)).
One of the reasons why I choosed to work with Duras’ script, Hiroshima mon amour (besides the fact that my
father spent one whole winter trying to find a copy of the book..) is that I was caught by the description of the
private (banal) story  about love and grief in the shadow of the devastating catastrophy.
I’m interested in stories connecting and leading up to others stories and people.