Plastic Arts

Poetic exploration, or the experience of the sensitive...

Make way for poetic language and the discovery of the power of words, the freedom and creativity that poetry allows. At the same time, the children explore plastic language, the evocation created by certain pictorial or material effects. So the two languages serve each other. We do not illustrate our poetry, we learn to free ourselves from the visual, to feel… This is how a shade of blue that disappears in the dark will say “the declining season” of Victor Hugo, buildings made of diffusion of black ink on the paper, the sadness of the city, sheets of tracing paper fluttering in the notebook, “the infinite wind”. To practice this language is to open your curiosity to the world, to develop your imagination… so precious when some people are already telling you, determined and sulky: “I have no imagination madam”….

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