Marc Perrin works on texts where origin and present seek a passage that allows word and body to animate memory (and considers public readings and performance as moments where writing continues to exist). (...)Marc Perrin works on texts where origin and present seek a passage that allows word and body to animate memory (and considers public readings and performance as moments where writing continues to exist). His work is published with the éditions Dernier Télégramme, in the reviews Du nerf, LGO, Dixit, 22MdP, Canicula, Multitudes, Chimères et Nioques, sur la vie manifeste, libr-critique.com et remue.net, and was at the initiative of the revue ce qui secret
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Spinoza in China, commencement

[Les Lilas • France]
Spinoza in China
 continues to be (for a short time) a construction site for writing: “autobiography of the child Ernesto, age 10 years and a few seconds, or, and, several centuries”, “tale of multiple instants of a slow, laborious, but tenacious emancipation”, “ode to love” and “poetic editorial program, for 34 years”.

 

Further, as news feeds from AFP arrive: “Spinoza in China is also an exhibition of the Faces of Ernesto, on a daily basis, in the form of a series of portraits, whose overarching title is the following: If the state of the world is a bit visible on my face then I can say that I am of this world.”