Ryoko Sekiguchi, writer Trami Nguyen, musician, visual and performance artist Sugio Yamaguchi, head chef
Culinary Art - Poetry - Parfum - Sensations - Music - Creation
Each city has its own mapping system reflecting its shadows, its portrait, catered to those who want to travel by foot or on motorised vehicles. And for those who move a bit differently? Is there a city map for the birds? For dogs?
It would be the same for us, if we were to move with our eyes closed; the landmarks necessary to reach our destination would become completely different. We would feel the heat of the sun hit us as we walk into an open square and the smell of butter coming from the bakery around the corner. This evening, it the perfume of jasmine flowers who will show us the way.
We may also enter a world of nonsense, barely hearing the words coming from a school. The open door of the shoemaker’s shop allows the sound of his tools to escape.
Each living being relies on its senses to guide them in the world. So, does a city map for ghosts exist? And for ourselves, in our dreams, which map would serve us?