Using the writers figure as an excuse, The Writer Project urges us to realize closely what a creative process is. The workplace, the responsability towards the artwork, the creative crisis, the documentation and the notion of oneself as a creator are constituent part of any creative process such as writing. The writer, as fiction character and as author of other fictions at the same time, becomes the centre of some feelings difficult to describe from the outside, feelings that make his identity mix and blur.
Divided in parts called Chapters, The Writer Project is constituted by a group of very different type of works:
THE DEAD TWIN: The truth. The original ghost book. Writen by somebody else, a twin, an archienemy.
THE BOOK: A book made to be exposed, a lie for the big public.
THE WINDOW: A look to the creative space, from both sides, and trough a mirror.
THE MACHINE: A machine to type nightmares, that only writes with the blood of others.
THE ARCHIVE: Your own Alexandria library's censorship, as a support for writing, and as a reminder of fathers and teachers.
THE GLASSES: A fiction movie. The lie of lies. The one that critics will talk about. Your last vexation. The ultimate blindness.