The path taken by Thibault de Puyfontaine is like that of a moth drawn to light and neon bulbs. The first stage of “Late Colors” led him to Egypt and Mozambique. There are no landmarks to tell us whether we are in the maze of Cairo, the souks of Alexandria or the alleys of Maputo. We are in a city that does not exist. A dream city, in the dead of night.
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