rozenn quéré studied cinema and photography in paris. she is settled in brussels, where she works on the link between photography and narrative. although confined to the solitary practices of photography and writing, quéré has developed many collaborative and interdisciplinary projects. she has directed short films, and published several children’s books and artist books. in 2011, eid-sabbagh and quéré earned the 8th vevey international photo award to produce a re-reading of a photographic family archive from the perspective of its narrative and poetic possibilities. in 2012 they received the arles discovery award for the resultant text-image project possible and imaginary lives (original title in french: vies possibles et imaginaires) in which they experiment at the crossroad of their personal universes.