Q 1 : Ze astronaut is a metaphor for the mime’s place in space. Could you rant on about that ? A nihilist rereading of 2001 Space Odissey. Space in itself is a vacuum, for it is empty. Therefore, the mime is in its right place since the absence of space gives the mime an incredible grasp on the whole universe. It’s as if the mime became God facing the infinite void to fill up. The double existentialist image of the Man and his possibly failed evolution, in the art of mime.
Q1 : Ze time machine is a metaphor for the mime’s place in time. Can you rant on about that ? Ze time machine is a representation of how we are responsible for working a bit more every single day to build up our own death.
Q1: Ze Ski Jump is a metaphor for freedom. Would you care to explain? It is at first… but where does freedom begin? Where does is truly end? The way I see it, it’s when we talk about euthanasia. Is it possible to chose your own time to die and yet to be able to really appreciate it?
Q1 : Ze Hold-up is a metaphor for the Mime’s personnal finances after the Christmas holidays. Would you care to rant on about that ? Ze hold-up is a warning that symbolizes the protests of every artist that practices the undervalued arts (dance, clown, buffoon, magician, cabaret singer, harmonist). Those artists are always asking for more, but why exactly ?
Q1 : How do expect the mime to feel about the changes that will occurr going from 2009 to 2010 ? It is a change that occurred too quickly to make it possible for us to notice any effect through our naked-eye, but then again, we never know.
Q1 : Does the mime have uneasy feelings on Christmas day ? Bitterness and hope. The past is lengthy but the desire for future happiness can be quite comforting. Like a balm on the uncertainty of the future. Sometimes I crave for poetry…