August 4, 2016

Jean Claude Fignolé Quote


But if we are to link Spiralism to its antecedents, then we must also look to the movement developed in Veracruz [Mexico] known as la ronda which premised that art itself was of circular form and movement. In addition, there was the Guatemalan author, Emethias Rosotto, who wrote in his novel Mr. General that art could only be spiral. This formula worked for us, because our writing style is spiralistic and not linear. As we write, we turn and we turn and we can embrace all as we turn.

- Jean Claude Fignolé

[Read the rest of the interview here: Becoming Actors in History]


1 comment:

Gregory McCormick said...

The inspiration for this Quebec-based literary journal perhaps: Magazine Spirale