This text is the beat that drives the game to the hunter. In a strained balance, of positive and of negative, on this (as yet) black square, on this (as yet) white page, the possible unravellings of stories, of memories will take place. The reader will be invited to read on a warning written for him: a right page is called a beautiful page, a left hand page is called a wrong page. “Don’t cut what you can unravel.”
Olivier Foulon (Brussels, 1976) lives in Berlin, Germany. His first publication is entitled En coulisses, parfois, les artistes changent de costumes, Actualités, Maastricht, The Netherlands 2002. Since 2005, he is co-editor of the review Copie de Voyage. In October 2015, he received the Bernd Lohaus Prize in Antwerp, Belgium.
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The project The Book to Come is developed as part of Corpus, network for performance practice. Corpus is Bulegoa z/b (Bilbao), Contemporary Art Centre (Vilnius), KW Institute for Contemporary Art (Berlin), If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution (Amsterdam), Playground (STUK Kunstencentrum & M-Museum, Leuven), and Tate Modern (London): www.corpus-network.org.
Corpus is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.