INTERVIEW WITH HERVÉ TULLET, AUTHOR OF ILLUSTRATED BOOKS FOR CHILDREN
Since 1994 French author Hervé Tullet has conceived and drawn more than 60 illustrated books for children that were a revolution in the field. How? By putting in their hands not just a story, but a tactile, playful and interactive world. Pages full of ideas which each individual can build his or her own story on and which Tullet himself presents through readings-performances for groups of up to 250 children.
Today February 1st, Hervé inaugurates exhibition “Jeux de Notes” at Centre Culturel – Centre de Créations pour l’Enfance di Tinqueux. A rich initiative which is so very rare, completely dedicated to children and taking place in an exceptional structure. Here the author will present a puppet performance with one of his most famous characters, Turlututu, as the protagonist; an exhibition inspired by the book and cartoon series “Blop!”; an atelier and most of all a gigantic musical and interactive installation in which the kids can go wild experimenting with notes, dots, lines and colored scribbles.