At first it was a series of images that made sense with each other. Photographies taken at moments when it seamed like the only way to prevent the despairing of an experience. Where the body is like a playground, testing its strength against time and death. One image stuck, the one that disappeared, its absence made it essential, haunting. The image erased by time and digital format appeared as a starting point. Because it is missing it resonates. It is a hole, a vacancy. There is no more proof, evidence, only vulnerable memories. L'oreiller is a reconstruction of the mental image, an externalization.