A day with Marie Sophie Wilson-Carr Marie Sophie ’s house is exactly liker her, beautiful and unsettling. Normally, people choose houses without great imagination but in Marie Sophie this choice was radical. A choice of freedom. In the morning I took a walk with her. There was a small river. I stopped. She was wearing a very long shirt, she was barefoot. She raised her shirt a little and entered the water. She told me that sometimes she washes herself like this. Unsettling. During a dinner where she taught me how to make crêpes, she showed me her...
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