YERUSHA Hebrew: Inheritance.

The discontinuous and fragmented structure of a family album allows the viewer to stop in any part and reminisce subjects and atmospheres that define our individual and collective subjectivity. Comprehending it as a living archive, in permanent revision, deconstruction and reconstruction, allows us to establish links between the past and the present, uncovering new singularities and meanings, examining the story recounted and the image learned.

The goal of this project is the revision of the photographic archive, by establishing a dialogue between present and memory, based on the blanks and absences of the photographic family archive due to the collective experiences of forced migration by political and social issues. This is an invitation to a personal self-crisis of meaning faced with the inherited narrative and the emotional weight, allowing the transition from an individual self to a collective and shared language.