City Fabric (2010) is a series of images taken in the city centre of Yerevan, Armenia. In the last decade, Yerevan has undergone a massive construction boom that has transformed the city centre. The intention was to build a modern city that could be the universal centre and a pole of attraction for the Armenians of the diaspora. Existing residential houses, most of which dated from the late 19th century, were completely demolished and replaced with new luxury buildings, in the hope that the people from the diaspora would be interested in buying a flat to fulfill their dream of an Armenian ‘homeland’. Unexpectedly, or perhaps not that unexpectedly, most of the apartments remain unsold. The entrances of many of these buildings, some of which remain unfinished, are covered with large fabrics on which an image of the building itself is depicted, creating a ghostlike town.