One would have to take a closer look to understand what the viewer actually sees: abstract lines or architectural details, sky or solid colors. When I multiply the same photograph by composing the two identical images « the photographs begin to offer us rectangles, lines, compositions […] once all sense of a presence of a place, context and A single scale have been eliminated, we find in the formal realm of a precisely constructed dialogue « Janet Kardon. Like an abstract non-place that appears before us, where the illusion of bidimensionality is accentuated by the abstraction of composition, we no longer distinguish perspectives, no depths, lost in the repetition of the same multiple of the image Proliferated without end that then draws, an unbalanced facade maintained by a sculpture.