Christophe Condello has explored in his previous books themes such as love, the meaning of existence and our multiple questions about the presence of God.
“Between being and oblivion” carries the murmur of our whiteness and delicately suggests reaching for clarity.
This collection of poems, brief and polysemous, a quest for identity of the other and of us, is inspired by beauty.
Expressing in words the feeling of discovering a universe that of ours preserves the spirit of nature while projecting us inward.
The book opens here without ever closing.
The pages evolve with us, a dreaded but also hoped-for transformation.
A writing full of nordicity, which questions, so close and yet carries us far away.