The principle of transversality affirms the need for a global vision. Institutions should be able to deal with both the diversity of situations and the unity of problems, aggregating local problems to form a comprehensive vision, inscribing everyday action in a global, long-term perspective. Continue reading
THE I GAME, or LE JEU DU JE in its English version, spreads over 3 minutes and 5 seconds as the last track on my friend Marie Stone’s second album “Pas d’alarme’. Indeed, the multi-talented artist has set one of my texts to music, providing a musical version of the quadripartite concept. Shared projects is a theme dear to IGA so it will continue to focus on synergies and transversality. Cheers to your creativity Marie Stone! Long live THE I GAME, your second album and our friendship!
Happiness is fragile, it frightens. It is associated with a form of inconsistency with creative inspiration and does not always sit well with artists. This is because suffering and torment give rise to chaos, a brewing place for creative forces. Would happy people be boring and unproductive? Continue reading