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Presentation on the artist's website:
"Marie Mons a passé trois mois d’hiver dans un petit village des fjords de l’est de Islande où elle est devenue Aurore Colbert. Parlant de l’hiver et ses nuits polaires, du rythme qu’il induit au travers d’un grand rituel chamanique, elle incarne son personnage en laissant toujours la part belle à la surprise. À la manière d’un monodrame, les habitants de Seyðisfjörður sont devenus les acteurs de ce théâtre d’expérimentation, traduisant ainsi ses projections mentales, inventées ou réelles."
112 pages - Hardcover
Format : 15 x 23 cm
New - Mint condition
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