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Nine Tarot Prints were made during a trip to Berlin in the summer of 2015. Each day, a tarot reading took place, their traces recorded on sheets of photosensitive paper. The photographs and notes taken to document each reading were then organized on the verso of each cyanotype in order to construct a figurative representation of its abstract recto side. With the will to enter an introspective state by means of this protocol, I looked for motifs, symbols and signs that were indicative of human experience (especially when if comes to love). Carl Jung and his theory of the archetype is an important reference for this work.