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’Over the Channel’, a journey through the European Zone of Artistic Projects

mercredi 6 mars 2013 , par Mathilde Vautier

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Published in the Carnets de rue Collection from publishing company l’Entretemps, Over the Channel is the bilingual book relating four years during which the banks of the Channel have become a unique space for artistic and cultural exchanges.

British writer John Ellingsworth and French writer Marc Villemain both tell the creative process of the two large scale productions supported by the ZEPA network, French company Générik Vapeur’s Waterlitz and Welsh NoFit State Circus’s Barricade.

The book is fleshed out with meaningful images and by testimonies from the public, the artists or the key players of the nine regions involved, including from the organisations members of the ZEPA network itself. Fabien Persil offers an illustrated counterpoint on the winter festival Fish & Chips, which has now become, along with the Out There festival, a symbol of this transnational and European journey.

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