To Odile Bosch photography means reproducing an image which is not totally complete.
Of course, a photograph is a registration of an event that truly happened. Still,
the image is a piece of framed reality, a small part in a bigger story. What happens
before or after this image, is anybody’s guess. That is why a good picture always
evokes a question. The answer, what the observer sees in it, is his or her interpretation.
This way numerous stories are being told.