She started quite randomly. I wanted to experiment with writing short texts. I don’t know why, but as soon as I wrote the second line it was clear that at the center of the the short segment will be a nameless woman.
Two days passed, and when I started the second segment, it immediately took off where the first one ended. There was no return from there.
And since visuals are my natural building blocks, as soon as I had two textual segments, I knew I had to embed between them some urban views as seen in the eyes of my nameless heroine.
The stories I create are usually the result of walking in the streets of the city. In She I took a detour to walk in the mind of another person.