A history is not only a narrative of things past, it is also a way of sharing individual and collective experiences as well as the forms and signs that give them shape. Every history is an arrangement of silent testimonies and discursive traces allowing us to be where we were not. In this age of archaeology and geology, everything speaks: every form, every entity, every image. An exploration of the history of a place as a poem of history; a history of a presence as the presence of all histories.
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