Veil, an accordion folding artbook, was created overtime as I received translations of interviews between Rwandan genocide survivor Claudine Uwamahoro, other survivors, and convicted génocidaires. I would get translations of the interviews week by week, and then step back from the pages of conversation and ask, “What does this make?” I would watch the video-taped interviews as I read, looking from transcript to image to feel the stories surfacing. The book form lends itself to the unfolding of my experiences and fieldwork over four summers in Rwanda. The common thread is the frustration of our desire for simple resolutions, challenging readers to ask: How do we construct our stories? What shapes the story we long to tell? From where do we gather our sources? The narration of others? The still photograph? Does it matter what’s real or not? Who/what is the arbiter of reality?