Sound and music have always been, for me, a way to tell stories and communicate emotions—by evoking the past, the present, and the future. I share this way of doing, which is close to writing, with only a few people. And Olivier Rizzo is one of them. Like photographs as memories, our sensitive conversations often avoid the obvious and capture the essence of an impression.
This article first appeared in Document’s Fall/Winter 2015 issue.