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Question 22: What orientation do you expect to pursue in your art?

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Right now, it’s something that I’ve often thought of, I’m thinking of creating syntheses. Because I’ve worked in cinema, literature, theatre, I would like to make syntheses. For example, I’d like to write a play where I could work with puppeteers, where I could do the sets, where we’d be improvising on the spot. I could write the dialog, etc. So finally it would be both a visual work and a written one. I produced a book called Vermeer where there was a fusion of cinema, literature and photography. So fusion works such as those. I’ve been thinking for years of a gallery poem that would be sort of like a video, with pictures as well. It would be writing that would not be a book, let’s says, that could not be transformed into a book, something that could only be presented in a gallery. So I’m moving in that direction, that is, syntheses or fusions between several forms of art.