Published by ANNE DENIAU aka ANN RAY

N like NO.

In Japanese, the word "no" does not exist.

I found these people highly civilised (for many reasons). Something like a thousand years in advance. Or so.



An obsession can be beautiful in its usefulness. Le désir d'être inutile.

Sometimes what we took for an obsession was just a dream, or a caress. Or a No-dream. Nightmare ?

N like Necessary ?


N comme Notes.

How can a hand say "No" ?

How many hands needed for some harmony ?













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