For Georgian photographer Mariam Amurvelashvili, a camera is the means of self-expression. She considers her camera to be an inseparable part of her body and mind, capable of constructing a chronology and accommodating everything of significance to her in one frame. Endless Questions is not only a story about children, narrated by a mother with love. In 70 photos, Amurvelashvili gives us an intimate look at the world of brother and sister. Composed portraits of the children are accompanied by candid photos of them in the Giorgian landscape. Drawings by Amurvelashvili’s daughter are interspersed among the photographs, giving the book the feeling of a family album.