"A wounded man will cross the border" is a photographic exercise developed during two weeks in Ceret (France) in the artistic residency as part of the cross-border programme between the Department of the Pyrénées-Orientales and the Generalitat de Catalunya. The project is based on the concept of the border, understanding it as a time over a space, neither natural nor eternal in its meaning.

The effort and catharsis of the faces that dance the sardana (catalonian folk dance) dialogue with the gestures of Katrine, who, while sacrificing some hens, narrates her experiences with the Catalan refugees during the Spanish dictatorship and sings fragments of the song "La Gallineta". Through these encounters, the project establishes links with the network of people who have collaborated with the project, reflecting on how a people are affected in terms of their lived and narrated stories. The creation of images creates its own archive of faces and gestures, decontextualising different situations experienced with the inhabitants of Ceret, straining the limits of interpretation and legibility of the images.