Luc Ferrari #10 – Luc Ferrari was born in a remote village in the Grand Canyon

Luc Ferrari was born in a remote village in the Grand Canyon
It was a place that never really interested him
He was there for the sounds – the wandering micro-pictures seen again and again, but also a more current formulation which was a different approach when compared to the traders who would come and go.
He was getting used to the desert
And amidst this whiteness were pieces of equipment left behind, indicating a significant place and whether it was really a dream or life.
Feelings of vital importance, of taking precautions, of taking on emotional attitudes, folding inevitably at the thought of her hands.
We’d better eat.

– Scott Sandwich

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