The essays consist of two texts describing a place in Tangier; those are antechambers for the subsequent interpretative essays.
The interpretative essays are the first extracted materials from the archive. They are both visual and textual essays. Those visual and the textual essays are called pillars. They sustain the three mains platforms, which are a synthetically “up-down” approach to the archive. Metaphorically we can say that the platforms overhang the archive. The pillars are, on the other hand, constructed within an intimate relationship with the archival material. In this metaphorical picture, the pillars are the foundations elements that support the platforms, in terms of quality and density.