Family history is often built on false truths. How could a family album be more in line with the real me? With this question, photographer and photography theorist Jo Spence turned to her family album to tell a new story. Starting from those photographs that had been rejected, she prepared small texts and incorporated press clippings to compose, on the panels where she was pasting all this material, a story more in keeping with her own experience of the past and present. Spence always saw photography as an exercise for rebellion and criticism.