Body on paper is a project composed of a photobook and a solo performance on stage. This book is the outcome of the first artist residency in Japan based on pictures taken in Tokyo and Kyoto . The solo on stage is the second part of this journey. These two formats conceptualize a timeline, a virtual space that connects two points of view, two moments. While also allowing the possibility of approaching or distancing, of touching or contemplating a lasting image and seeing it distorted through memory. Body on paper is built as a project of subtlety and fracture, fragility and strength that we establish within ourselves and with the things that surround us.