From poetry to psychoanalysis, and return
Leopoldo Maria Panero
Unknown in France, Leopoldo Maria Panero (Madrid, 1948) is one of the greatest European poets alive. His work, extensive and rigorous, forms the borders of literature, where the poetic and clinical discourse merge, where the body seizes voice to shout its lack of meaning. Experience of madness, delusion of being, Panero's work, presented here by Rafael Garido, surveyed an area adjacent to the one shown by the images of Antoine d'Agata.
The meeting between Rafael Garido and Hervé Castanet born a discussion of the work of Antoine d'Agata.
Rafael Garido is writer. He regularly collaborates with Antoine d'Agata (Agony, Ice).
Hervé Castanet, university professor, is a psychoanalyst in Marseille. He is the author of twenty books, several of which are devoted to the subject of the image.