Image and text often challenge the usual parameters of cinema in the construction of audio-visual stories, exploring – through the fragmentation that characterizes video – fields of knowledge that enhance the transmission of contents that could not otherwise be communicated. Understanding that every narrative is at the origin of what is told, the construction of this telling is key to the composition of the story. What we want to say and how? What are the procedures to achieve this? These questions will be addressed in a conversation open to artists, curators and collectors, and raising issues related to narratives developed for almost half a century.