Hal uses the typewriter and photo collages to recreate personal and collective stories. Using a technique similar to cross-stitch embroidery, he creates surprising images formed by thousands of typed letters. The "scrambled" letters are like historical moments in blurred narratives, words that are in the making, a text that is still written in the now. The dispute for historical narratives gains prominence revealing the moment we live as a mirror of the past.

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