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Up on the hills - A modern tale

The narration begins "As a child, I used to pick up seashells I found on the mountains. (…)"
The story gradually mixes reality with fiction.
At the very beginning, living creatures came out of water to conquer the airs, and some evolved, from swimming to flying. A change that necessarily brought a fragilised state with it. Emigration, immigration and flying are bound by poetry. The will to change a state is deeply pervaded by dreams and poetical depictions.

Audio work / 2'35"