While the transhumanist mirages are opposed to the increasingly palpable stake of surviving in the ruins, the works of Jean Rolin and Antoine Volodine each say it in their own way, the human who comes cannot be dissociated. of the animal - Kurdish wheatear or stateless cockroach - and other living things like wild grasses that it takes with it to its "radiant terminus".
To think so, we can draw on the funny and adventurous energy that emerges from the novels and chronicles with the iconoclastic ecology of Jean Rolin, or in the intensity of speech that moves the characters wandering in the oozing cities, the irradiated savannas or interspersed with the novels of Antoine Volodine and his many avatars.
An evening proposed by the Revue Billebaude and Anne Simon within the framework of the research groups "Animots" and "The human coming", in collaboration with Le Fresnoy - National Studio of Contemporary Arts.
Free admission, limited seating available