Conversations is a series of pieces conceived as a quasi-scientific study of conflictual Iraqis but so nicely camouflaged between human beings, focusing on their modes of communication. In any case, these conversations do not pass through language, if they often pass through the mouth and throat it is to strangle themselves.
The conversation masks, leather muzzles decorated with bouquets of various elements that shape a decorative and frozen speech, prevent talking. With the minerves, the words remain stuck in the throat, stuck or gushing out in a disorderly way.
Véronique Wiesinger, 2001