“Making a book to tell, narrate part of our present history, explaining and giving meaning to its driving force, to be the essence of the actions to come”. Introducing the launch, Daniel Andrieu reminded us of the motivations that, from the start of the project, led the partners to publish this book.
Other ZEPA partners who were there, such as Claude Morizur and Michèle Bosseur, co-directors of Le Fourneau, and Julie Laville from Culture Commune, contributed to the discussions with the audience.
Périne Faivre, from the company Les Arts Oseurs – whose show Livret de Famille was programmed in Vivacité – delivered a stirring, very moving reading of an extract of Marc Villermain’s text, one of the authors of the book.
Incidentally, this artistic junction between the author’s words and the comedian’s performance could bring one back to the chore objectives of the ZEPA network that, during four years, never ceased to work in favour of artistic creation and exchanges.