Like poets writing sonnets or composers writing fugues, photographers Hanan Kazma Finge and Cyril Berthault-Jacquier have confined themselves - in this case, to a three by three grid. But within those confines they find visual power and great expressive freedom, as images multiply and speak back and forth to one another. So the two artists themselves did from the spring of 2012 when they began this project, to the fall of that year when they completed it. Months of visual and verbal dialogue via e-mail reflected years of friendship, and came to speak of their lives, their emotions and their artistic partnership - spanning the distance between Hanan in Lebanon and Cyril in Brussels.
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