When we create, we willingly put ourselves facing something that we don’t know yet. Facing a new object, we have no choice but to learn again how to learn. Our work is to extract the precise form of this precise object. This is what our discipline (theater, but art in general) demands us. It takes time, patience, humility. But then, when we make it, we find ourselves full of hopes and powers. And then we know, precisely because we have made it, that every one of us carries an infinity of other possible worlds.
“Putting an end to the idea that we are representation makers or show makers, for a room full of voyeurs who would look at a final object; an object that they would consider as “beautiful” and offered to their admiration.”
Claude Régy in Espaces Perdus (Lost Spaces)