'Papier multiforme, Papier comestible is a choreography and an installation, a failed magic trick and a picture book which you can enter into.Like in a dream, everything has to do with everything' (Fransien van der Putt in De Theaterkrant 2018).
Papier multiforme, Papier comestible gathers magic and reading in a choreography of hands and eyes. The audience is invited to step inside a giant book, to research impertinent absence and to exercise ubiquity: being elsewhere, where they are not. In a vast and dark installation, dream-like scenes appear and disappear giving to see magic, dance, contrasted and fragmented images. In this obscure landscape that stretches and bends, the audience contemplates, reads, eats books, levitates, wanders, folds, and imagines.
Papier multiforme, Papier comestible draws, among other references, on the magic object 'Trouble Wit' used by 19th century magician Felicien Trewey, and on Hand Movie by Yvonne Rainer. In a Kafkian atmosphere, black and white, with the absurdity, poetry and humour of Edward Gorey's chidren stories, Papier multiforme, papier comestible gives attention to attention.