by Bo Alfaro Decreton
Jorge Jácome presents time in an associative series of hypnotic reveries. This ode to the past is so bittersweet that we have to be repelled from it at one point.
by Ricardo Brunn
Poplum floats through the streets, is whirled up by the wind, finally collects on the curb in dense clouds. Suddenly he catches fire, chases flames over the bushy white, extinguishes it before it can …
The flowers are blooming and the bees are humming. During the summer holidays, Camille and her big brother Tuur stroll around a campsite in Provence. In the morning they wade through a river bed …