In the winter of 2010, Anne-Lise Coste wanted to recover the experience of confinement she’d had as a teenager when she underwent clinical treatment that hospitalised her several times. Evoking the five years the illness lasted, she confined herself for five days. The result was a series of drawings with a strong poetic but also obsessive character, with recurring images such as the house, bed, bedroom, figure of the cross and the architecture of the building. With a line typical of the immediacy of graphite, her confinement diary displays emotion as well as irony and rebellion. What would be the images of our confinement?