Qatar has been one of my places of residence. It is a country in effervescence, moving towards its future at high speed. Doha is its pulse. The present is already in the future. The past is in survival. My work on time suspended queries precisely these lost traces and imagines places of memory. Because my idea is to recount a memory destined to disappear or that has not totally existed.
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