mardi, février 01, 2005


In Occident, a long tradition has made of Orient a territory of dream and fantasy were all excesses of imagination and experience were possible. The birth of oriental radicalism has destroyed this rêverie which lasted for centuries in music, litterature, painting. We are more than partly responsible of killing this creative and very old dream (from Montesquieu and even before to Burroughs and after). People need re-orient-ation, to find new forms and plenty of new dreamy territories.