Following a concept equivalent to that of Absences, I found some ideas along the way that helped me improve the previous concept.

Diane, as its name points out, is nurtured by the photographs of one of the greatest photographers in the 60s, Diane Arbus.

I used these chronologies because I presupposed that the characters were dead. With this concept I left out the characters appearing in the original photographs and made them my own with the intention of explaining the absence and void people leave, and the footprint left behind.

To delimit the message I wanted to convey, I realised I had to introduce the title as an artwork of its own, complementing the drawing and making up a diptych.

This link between artwork and text makes the audience go one step further.