Hantu – The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Garden

In these strange times we try to find new ways to stay in touch and exchange ideas. Just before the closing down of the university, Hantu presented the performance ‘The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Garden’ at gallery Journiac, École des Arts de la Sorbonne, 47 Rue des Bergers, 75015 Paris. Photos by Marcela Moura.

All that is, exists in the same world as us. “The man that mistook his wife for a garden” works to undermine which resists change within us, to develop in the collective imaginary new representations of what links us to the vegetal world and to refuse together an ideology that we know to be toxic.

In the mean time, stay safe and creative.

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