The Sahara

RIC: Where do you originate from?

S: I come from nothingness and infinity

RIC: What do you do when you are thirsty?

S: I open one of my veins and drink myself.

RIC: Is there any place in the world you have not travelled to?

S: Top of your breasts.

RIC: What can live inside you?

S: The cave of my heart of stone.

RIC: Why do you sometimes turn into a storm?

S: Storms are life. Storms, movement, all this opposes death…

RIC: Your favourite historical event that you have witnessed?

S: The death of god Pan, when the Christ began to rule the world.

RIC: What is your opinion on humanity?

S: Desert of flesh.

RIC: What are your thoughts about plants?

S: Green lights on the ground.

RIC: Have you ever read a book? Which one?

S: The book of sand, by Borges.

RIC: How do you have sex?

S: With you, never enough.

RIC: Do you like not having a face? I am all the petrified faces of millenary stones.

S: If you were a person, what would you be? The Little Prince of Saint-Exupery, on a tiny planet.

RIC: In memory of a Sufi patient, please define life in two words.

S: Empty sand.

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  1. Priya Sarukkai Chabria

    What an exchange! It swings between the profound and the absurd, between tactility and ephemerality.


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