collection Les Traverses
« After the division of the island there are those who fought for for the reunification, and those who fought to keep their island, at least their part of it,conserving their attachment to the island next-door. »
Alongside Mathilde Vaveau’s photographs, Alice Lognonné’s short story is the erratic evocation of a trip in Ireland. Between Belfast, capital of Northern Ireland, and Coleman Island – a minuscule enclave belonging to the Republic of Ireland, the memories and thoughts of the narrator create a broken set of reflections about borders, fences and transitional spaces. This story is an intimate call for the experience of mobility.
500 copies Bilingual: FR/EN