Video installation, 27’.
Supported by Vlaams Audiovisuel Fonds (VAF), Lovo Films and Contour vzw.
On six monitors, six accounts are broadcast in a different languages. The accounts are adapted from six uchronic novels whose point of divergence concerns the outcome of the Second World War and its political consequences, based on the hypothesis of the victory of the Nazi regime (Fatherland (Robert Harris, 1992), The Man in the High Castle (Philip K. Dick, 1962), ...). By placing themselves in the slide between history and the imaginary, the six alternative versions clash with each other, fostering doubt and the difficulty of accurately situating truth and fiction.