At the beginning, it was a writing and poetry workshop launched by Christophe L’Huillier, a specialized educator, who is also a musician and fan of indie rock, with Claire Mahé, also a specialized educator:
“I set up this project because I was intrigued by the way some of the kids at the Institute expressed themselves.
We had to do something with it.”
Yohann Goetzmann, Stanislas Carmont, Aurélien Lobjoit, Kévin Vaquero, authors and singers of the band Astéréotypie, deliver us candid, anxious, bristling, uncontrolled, derisive or existential texts.
Spoken-words torn from black holes, living memory, memories and fear.
The rock band Astéréotypie was not born in a garage, but at the medico-educational institute Alternance 92 in Bourg-la-Reine (south of Paris), in 2010.