Are there places more imaginable than others?
On Google Earth, Tripoli is depicted as an emptied, abandoned and destroyed city. It is also a city that has not been photographed by the program yet. Across the sea, the small Island of Lampedusa seems so real with its photographs of swimmers, tourists and children riding bicycles. Tripoli and Lampedusa, face-to-face, separated by the sea: synthetic images on one side, and photographs on the other. How do these representations build our imaginary?
From one bank to the other, the sonic landscape tells us what the images have forgotten.