Manual de gestos rusos (literally, "A handbook of Russian gestures") is a visual essay that looks at how fiction is part of the images we produce and look at. By combining photographs of family members and acquaintances with those of people and spaces unknown to the artist, she fashions a new narrative in which the limits between what is personal and what is not become blurred. This narrative, which seems to spread itself between the images, has no place. There is no marking out of the theme that would allow us to unravel the plot. This is an invitation, to whoever should enter, to rebuild or invent it. The title is an allusion to a series of possible narratives and suggests an ironic distancing from what, apparently, may seem to be an intimate diary.