In connection with several schools in Marseille, the project questionned languages as migratory objects, translation as a political issue, exile and transmission.
It is developed in close collaboration with the children attending these schools, many of whom are multilingual, based on their own experiences of the languages they use. I work in regard to a set of questions: what does it mean to speak several languages? Who are we, we who can not live without language? How does our language(s) construct us? And conversely, how, by performing it/them, do we pattern it/them?
How does language combine the intimate and the collective, making us live together while developing each person's own way of seeing and understanding the world? What do languages say about us that we do not say?