Marta Corada is a young photographer who documents the memory of places in a way that blurs the boundaries between storytelling and fact. Her images are composites, although so well crafted that it is at first hard to tell. Her approach involves placing her camera in one set position for the duration of a day, and taking numerous, almost innumerable, photographs. Everything is seen from the same point of view, so that every element happens within the exact same frame of reference. Once the day is over, the process of editing begins.