Who slept in these round rooms? What shape were their dreams? Did they stay awake, listening to the repeating noise of ocean waves and too early calls for prayers? Or were they soothed by them so much so that they woke up late with heavy limbs?
How many breakfasts, lunches, dinners were made here? How many times did people ask for a bottle of Kirène? How many chickens ended up on porcelain plates, drowned in onion sauce and mustard? Who asked: “Medium or rare?”
Who washed the white napkins over and over again? Where are they now?
How many books were carried in luggage to these round rooms? How many of them were read?
How many children were conceived in these round rooms? Did any of them come here later after they had been born, and swallow pool water while their mothers would burn their skin in the hot afternoon sun?
Did the local teenagers come here in secret to eat snacks during the holy month of Ramadan?
Why was everything so round here?
Is Paradise round?
The full series has 30 photographs. Hahnemühle archival pigment prints, 16:9 ratio (2019).