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08.10.2017
Arènes de Picasso

Land of Parodia

Photo Credit: Pierre-Emmanuel Testard

When humans started building their homes, for some reason they felt the need to imitate nature. The result wasn’t always satisfying but they tried their best to blend in.

Then came the time when these same humans would parody their own creations. Their bodies would mimic the shape and forms with movements resembling those of a conceptual dance. It was the Time of Parodia.

09.07.2017
Sweden

Land of Flutes
& Wild Hair

Photo credit: Thomas Straub

Who says you need to be young to experiment with hair and nature. Look at these guys, so comfortable in their own skins.

The flutist is calling out to his companions, dispersed in the forest. But they seem unable to move, like magnets to nature.

Their hair seems to blend into the scenery and their bodies imitate the still trees.

13.05.2017
Les Mesnuls

Story of Stables
and Forks

Photo Credit: Sabrina Jeblaoui

When urban youth go to the countryside, they go nuts.

Maybe they have a stronger sense of freedom around horses and cedar trees.

They can let their hair down, misbehave and also play tag with hay forks.

If you look closely, you’ll see how they pretend to be horses… or maybe it’s simply the country air making them crazy.

They seem happy and serene. They should go there more often.

13.05.2017
Les Mesnuls

Land of Stables
and Forks

Photo Credit: Sabrina Jeblaoui

When urban youth go to the countryside, they go nuts.

Maybe they have a stronger sense of freedom around horses and cedar trees.

They can let their hair down, misbehave and also play tag with hay forks.

If you look closely, you’ll see how they pretend to be horses… or maybe it’s simply the country air making them crazy.

They seem happy and serene. They should go there more often.

20.05.2017
St Germain

Story of
Fools & Cats

Photo credit: Pierre Emmanuel Testard

Come hither, enter the suburbs.

They say the suburbs can be very deceptive. Don’t be fooled by the calm and saintly atmosphere.

Have a peep through the windows, and you will be in awe! Who knew St Germain could have this effect on women.

When orange cats appear, women will roar! Oh and there’s something about those mandarins that make them particularly creative.

15.04.2016
Iceland

Story of Wales
& Jumps

Photo credit: Benjamin Schmuck

There’s a strange kind of chemistry between men and the sea. How it makes them delirious and somewhat boys again.

Or perhaps the Icelandic fumes are a youth remedy.

The winds are fierce in the northern lands, the boys could quite easily fly away.

26.02.2016
St Germain

Land of
Fools & Cats

Photo credit: Pierre Emmanuel Testard

Come hither, enter the suburbs.

They say the suburbs can be very deceptive. Don’t be fooled by the calm and saintly atmosphere.

Have a peep through the windows, and you will be in awe! Who knew St Germain could have this effect on women.

When orange cats appear, women will roar! Oh and there’s something about those mandarins that make them particularly creative.

17.10.2016
Iceland

Land of
Plenty

Photo credit: Benjamin Schmuck

Welcome to Matterhood
There’s a land somewhere, not too far, not too close… but close enough that you can peek into the lives of the inhabitants, the inhabitants of Matterhood!

Some of them are tall, some are short. Some are plump, some are slim. And they are always so welcoming.

Come see how they eat, how they dress and how they breathe. They are not wild beasts but they are oh so fascinating.

We’d heard so much about Matterhood, “Matterhood this, Matterhood that…”, we just couldn’t resist sharing their microcosm.

They laugh so loudly in Matterhood, they must be happy there…that’s perhaps why they call it the Land of Plenty.

Let us begin with the first story that takes place in the Land of Wales and Jumps.

There’s a strange kind of chemistry between men and the sea. How it makes them delirious and somewhat boys again…