“What I am reflecting on is that I have to forgive people, events, time, the world, the country and probably also myself in order to be able to write. Your Clarice Lispector was trying this, I assume, and somehow apparently she managed. Or maybe I should say this: I am writing in order to forgive.”
— Ece Temelkuran (Turkey), Letter to Annelies Beck, 15 August 2016
antonio & carlos segura donat
The Spaniard Antonio Segura (1983) studied at St Lukas Art College in Brussels, where his work was selected for the collective album Bing. Back in Spain, he has among other things made the children's book Nicolas y el Circo Secreto and the album Historias que dejan huella and was selected for the publication Select I. Graphic Design from Spain.
For Brussels in Shorts he worked together with his brother Carlos Segura Donat (1988), who studied at the Faculty of Fine Art in Valencia and is a member of the Fly artist's collective. Their graphic short story focuses on everyday life on the Oude Graanmarkt as seen from the window of a flat. Antonio and Carlos Segura Donat stayed in Brussels from 4 to 14 April 2012. See also thedulk.blogspot.com