As a teenager, Juliette Green developed a unique writing system for taking notes at school. Texts met drawings, pictograms, maps, architectural plans, characters and comic book bubbles.
Faithful to this method, she now uses it to tell stories that she invents from scratch and that often have as their starting point existential questions: Who made the objects that surround us? What gives rise to vocations? How does the vision we have of our future evolve throughout our lives?