It all begins with a lover's quarrel, with tears. We enter the interior of a bandage on a young girl, a kind of mental and liquid image. Inside this image, a goose is teaching a baby the recorder. In music, the child grows up and becomes a little girl. The girl perfects her learning, even devouring her teacher. We follow her in her evolutions, her metamorphoses, and her creations.
French artist, Amandine Meyer contributes to collective fanzines and self-publishes since 2004. She has released books through ION, Solo ma non troppo, Kaugummi books, F-L-T-M-S-T-P-C. Drawing, ceramic, and etching are the practical tools with which she builds her universe. She also enjoys working with other artists. With A Story for 2 Trumpets, Amandine signs her first film as an animated film director.