In its daily use, photography is replacing the verbal language, images are perceived without interruption, in an unstoppable but not restrained flow, immediately forgotten, but still jostling to be seen. This series is part of an on-going personal research through the analog media that focuses on the sign, the matter and the heterodox representation of reality. I started to work on this series in March 2020, during the pandemic, by searching in my own archives for the frames that were tainted, stained, scratched. The "wrong" images that I exposed on the light sensitive material that were preserved next to the correct ones. This ability to remember is a particular feature of the analog media, in opposition to the ease with which digital images are erased or forgotten.