In this very weird times of staying home in order to individually prevent the Covid-19 pandemic to grow endlessly, interviews are systematically made by skype. Armando and I both are in Paris and the moment and as many of us, creating in the small spaces we have. Through my computer, I see a smiley face,... Lire la Suite →
I have been asked to write about pleasure many times. Maybe it is because I talk about it so much, or maybe it is because I question others about their relationship to pleasure. Anyways, I wrote, I thought, I remembered and felt past moments of delicate agony. Still it seems so thin, so volatile under... Lire la Suite →
Sometimes I wonder where I am headed to? Towards a more complex and shining version of myself? I hope, but then the question disappears because I am not wondering that much. You know some mornings; you ask more questions than others. To me, today, will not be one of these days. Today, I look outside... Lire la Suite →
Clique ici pour lire en français Today has no date, the day exists and since the beginning of my trip in Mexico I’ve been writing and reading, meeting people and understanding things. Among those things, among these new ideas settling in this peculiar baffling momentum, I seek guides and I find angels. Among these angels,... Lire la Suite →
Navigating Queerness Through Queerlessness - Alizée Pichot - Published in Art/iculation Magazine - Or, Click HERE to read the text on Art/iculation Magazine. Or, Click HERE to read the text on Art/iculation Magazine.
Montréal, June 1st, 2019 Lily, Dear Lily ? Madame Lily, Lily, I have been listening to your music for so long, since the beginning, I guess. I’ve been singing along “Smile” for years, in haze, in anger, in joyful times. The first time I experienced your musical universe, I was thirteen, a young girl but... Lire la Suite →
Photo by Charles Edward Miller - Protesting Trump's Imposition of the So-Called Gag Rule on Women's Healthcare Providers Chicago Illinois, may 2018. I'm writing this piece in order to react simply, to make visible for someone visiting my website an information that is not new anymore but which is of great importance. Today is May... Lire la Suite →
Last march, Madame Gandhi came by Montreal for two special shows at MAI (Montreal Arts Interculturels) and fired up the stage with an awesome crew of women musicians from Montreal. That night, the crowd felt like everything was possible, a night were we all rejoin and feel like a true collective. With her on stage,… Lire la Suite →