Walking into the light of the labyrinth

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Psarades, Greece

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2021-07-10 02:00
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In the night of the new moon, we walk from the dark into the morning blue. There is no direction, only the first sunlight can guide us. Children stories are the red thread in this labyrinthine quest.

Anna Luyten

SWS Advisory Board Member SWS Advisory Board Member 2022

Anna Luyten studied at the Unversity of Ghent and the Antwerp University and holds the masters in philosophy, master in applied Literature Science and master in Theatre studies. She is a performative philosopher, writer, teacher, radio- and televisionma...

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