Born in the Pyrenees, in a hippie community, he immediately bathed in the sharing, the “deprivation” chosen or rather the true relationship with nature and her ilk. Ysel quickly leans, of course, towards the limits of existence. Old age, illness, disability, poverty … became his playgrounds. Going to the simplest, at first, he takes as a model his grandfather and...
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