Ward de Frédéric Werst : le pays imaginaire des Wards/ Ward by Frédéric Werst : the imaginary country of Wards

Ward Ie-IIe siècle et  Ward IIIe siècle are two books by French author Frédéric Werst, published respectively in 2011 and 2014. Born in 1970, Frédéric Werst is associate letters. He teaches in a high school in Paris. « By love of literature », the author has invented a new language, Wardwesân, rich more than 10,000 words. This…

« Spiral Jetty », Robert Smithson. Land art : quand l’espace réel devient l’espace artistique / When Real Space Becomes Art Space

Land art emerged in the late 60’s. This contemporary art movement uses real spaces, with their various natural or human components, to support sustainable or ephemeral artistic creation, where real space pertains to the work itself. Early forms of land art emerged in the West of the USA. Some works of Land Art are huge…

Le Trône de Fer / Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones is an American television series adapted from the G.R.R Martin’s series of fantasy novel A song of Ice and Fire, and has been broadcast since April 2011.  Set in the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, Game of Thrones chronicles the violent dynastic struggles among the kingdom’s noble families for control of the Iron…

Real and Imaginary Geographies – Twin Peaks of David Lynch – Géographies réelles et imaginaires

These days Franco-German TV channel ARTE broadcasts episodes of Twin Peaks, made in the late 80’s by David Lynch and Mark Frost. This series includes a 90-minute pilot, a 90-minute episode and 28 episodes of 45 minutes, and was broadcast for the first time between April 1990 and June 1991 on ABC and between April…