Two photographers, one city. Mounir Fatmi and Guillaume de Sardes experience Tangier from different perspectives, yet together reproduce the sense of a city. Their approach is subjective, sensitive to the passage of time, balancing documentary and fiction. Fatmi’s images are brimming with details, capturing the atmosphere of a constantly changing city where bodies literally blend into the background. De Sardes, by mixing image and text, brings into question the relationship between photography and literature. In doing so, he positions his work adjacent to that of another traveller who lingered in Tangier more than 60 years ago, the poet and philosopher Allen Ginsberg.