Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Photorag 308gsm, 43 x 36.5 x 2.5 cm, ash frame, stained and waxed
A fragment of an unknown fellow passenger's telephone-conversation, lasting for the entire duration of his train journey. The conversation was held in an unknown language - later deduced to have been a Persian dialect - only to switch to English when saying “wifi password” and spelling out "W-I-Z-" and so on. These letters were impulsively scribbled down on the back of a business card and subsequently photographed against the green leatherette tables typical of Belgian trains. The resulting photograph was initially mounted in an off-white passe-partout, which was itself digitally rendered in the work's final form.