Persiana in Italian or Spanish, or persienne in French, refers to venetian blinds (another French term for them is jalousies) that are used inside or outside windows to protect a house's inhabitants from light or heat. They can conceal or reveal to the outside world what is going on within. The idea of a blind raises notions of suspicion, reserve, restraint, paranoia, deflection or privacy, but also of an artistic position that is guided by utmost precision. This screen print is based on a work of 2007 (167 x 286 cm), composed of plexiglas rectangles, arranged evenly in a rectangle and slightly offset from the grey painted wall. The work evokes the painting as a window and introduces questions about this work's status : how does it relate to what is withheld and what is revealed?