An animated video with 3D images based on scenes from Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca offers an immersive rediscovery of the iconic director's first American film. It is characteristic of work by visual artist, photographer and filmmaker Marion Tampon-Lajariette, who draws much of her inspiration from classic films.

In this video Manderley, the house where Rebecca is set, becomes a spatio-temporal object that, although it does not physically exist, can be grasped through a mental reproduction, a "projection-memory". Drawn to an unknown, enigmatic goal, the viewer walks through the house, which appears as a large maze of photograms.

Manderley, an animated video by Marion Tampon-Lajarriette in the Pinault Collection, was shown during the 2009 exhibition "Un certain état du monde ?" (“A Certain State of the World?”) at the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture in Moscow.