that Aurélie Jacquet and Aurélien Mole shot while they were students at the French National School of Photography, respectively between 2012-2015 and 2000-2003.
The images they chose from one another's archives are staged by Syndicat
. Alan Eglinton, a former student from the same school, conducts an interview with Nick Waplington. It sheds light on the notion of the retrospective gaze, which this book might be about. Unless the pictures we're dealing with here are the kind one takes when learning photography? The publication is composed of 11 booklets of 16 pages. 10 of these booklets are chosen and assembled randomly, making each of the 300 copies unique.
Aurelien Mole is a French artist, art critic and curator, he lives in Paris and is also the co-founder of Postdocument
Aurélie Jacquet is an artist trained at the National School of Photography in Arles and the University of Art and Design in Geneva.