For L’Oeil de La Lettre by Yan Morvan presented in the Ancient Theater during the course of the week, Yan Morvan produced 5,000 images of which 100 were selected. He worked from 7pm to midnight, he consumed approximately 2 bottles of rosé per day, devoured 3 pizzas, gulped down 10 nespressos and drove more then 300 kilometers on his Harley Davidson. In short, he triumphed.
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