The decor for Rémi Voche is what nature gives him. This playground, which the performer inhabits through small gestures, is the extent of his relationship with it. However, this pattern, although essential to his compositions, makes one feel like fainting. The subject is no longer, as long as it draws the figures which will allow it to melt, visually, to appear and disappear from the landscape.
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