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Once upon a time, at the end of the Ancien Régime and in the early years of Modern Times, a princess named Flore married the promising duke Wolfgang d'Ursel. Together they lived a very eventful life on their estate in Hingene (Bornem) and far beyond. In 1792, during the vicissitudes of the French Revolution, they started to build de Notelaer, a splendid classicist pavilion on the banks of the Schelde. This is where we brought to life the imaginary world of Flore d'Ursel, with 12 enthusiast actors and 12 crew members. The 10 photographic "tableaux" resulting from this collaboration form a light-heeled ballet with noblemen, gods and mythological figures... and the very enigmatic ferryman.


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