Déjà vu emerges from the need to confront my subjective experience with the Other; from myself being in those spaces and places to then offering the viewer the experience of being in them. This second phase of the project looks for a more intimate encounter between the viewer and these images, giving it a more immediate path and an approachable format. No longer a series of photographs organized according to a predetermined criterion proposing a particular reading, but a possibility of choice and association of the elements in front of the viewer. To see the extent to which images can refer to a shared memory and how this experience is recorded in a book whose configuration is to be determined by the viewer-reader.

In this book-objet, the viewer-reader will be presented with the 260 photographs that form the project in order for them to select whichever they feel refers to their own personal story.