The standard gained ground, smoothing the melancholic and plastified the body, but Mr Gac survived. To give blue to gray, he struggled, he danced, he defined the space suddenly butoh and Bausch. His world is now organized in a framework of flowers tattooed. This world is secure, the madness that emerges is soothing. Mr Gac stages, from him to others. […]
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