EN I explore new possibilities of interaction within the complex space of the Mediterranean: I play with the photographic image of the sea I downloaded from the Internet and printed on a piece of paper; I reflect on new representations of the Mediterranean sea that I consider as a territory/place for experimentation and transformation. My gestures are emblematic like signs representing the duplicity of separation and connection, main characteristics of this portion of water which is both frontier and a possible path of interconnection. The sewing thread puts different parts in relation but keeps them at a certain distance, separated but connected. This is a metaphor of relationships observable in any socio-cultural context but they become even more interesting in complex contexts like the Mediterranean, where both identities and territories are transforming. My aim is also to reflect on contemporary photography as a process of research and as an open work which raises questions instead of giving answers or fixed representations.