The Windroses series repeats the same picture (usually four times), which gets reassembled with itself, after a rotation. The work then becomes an unpredictable new picture, generated by the combination of identical shots. This picture lies on tangible elements that were there in the first place in the original image, but were not really perceptible. The repetition here reveals something. It also questions the usual hierarchy which encourages pictures, as well as maps, to have a top and a bottom. This idea was inspired by the Dymaxion map, a world map's projection invented by Richard Buckminster Fuller, that does not have any "right way up": a map "with which the world may be fitted together and rearranged to illuminate special aspects of its geography".