IDOINE & PAPI CAMION

Sometimes a crow or a raven, in order to crack open a nut, will stop at a red light, put it on the road and, once the light turns green, expect cars to drive over the nut, leaving its content exposed. The context in which this bird lives, influences its ways of doing things, so to speak, opens possibilities and creates challenges.
Idoine is the will to share a curiosity and an appetite for modes of operation, conditions for its guests’ surfacing of tools and internal logic.

Idoine & Papi Camion is an interview realized on March 2nd, 2015 with Papi Camion between Paris and Pantin. Papi Camion was born in the early 1970s. He let go progressively over time of unnecessary matters. All he kept was a change of clothes, a passport and a van. Since then Papi Camion has pursued his activity, a non-project, i.e. doing nothing. Located in Place des Fêtes, in the heart of Paris, he assists the world like a hermit, finding his inner-rhythm in a fleeting movement.

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