The public space intervention Ligne de fuite is made of a barbed string of twinkling coloured lights. Depending on the twinkling but also on the distance and time of day, this simple mechanism plays on the perception of passers-by and suggests a constant alternation between entertainment and confinement. Visual artist and stage designer Olivier Morvan has been developing his escapologic project (www.escapologique.net) since 2005. Combining drawing, installation, video, text and sound, the project is without limits in terms of time and medium and also has no deadline or frontier: violation and enquiry, thread and labyrinth, shovel and hole exist simultaneously. This open-air site progressively exhumes the skeleton of a fiction that has elements of a B movie and of storytelling. Morvan has contributed to various magazines (among others, L’Œil électrique, Hermaphrodite, Mortibus and Hôpital) and he was a member of LA CELLULE 0038753K until 2005 with which he produced several exhibitions.