In Providenza, she completed the writing of her first novel and presented it for reading during the restitution evening :
"First, there's Anita, chef of the premises. Then there are the women: Sophie, Azalée, Miriam, Cléo, Caroline, Livia, Antonia. They work, they love each other, they drink. Their words mingle with older ones contained in the walls. Finally, there are their children. The younger ones play, the older ones wonder. The men have disappeared. In the chestnut grove lost in the middle of nowhere, a new world appears."
Born in 1998, Manon Jouniaux spent her childhood in Corsica. In 2018, she entered the École Nationale Supérieure d'Arts de Paris-Cergy, where she developed a multidisciplinary artistic practice centered on filmmaking and writing. Focusing on fiction, her literary and cinematographic work raises themes such as attachment to territory, memory, domestic violence, mourning and motherhood. Through her texts, she unfolds an animistic and dreamlike universe seeking to test the limits of language, blurring the boundaries between description dialogue and narration, and questions the potentiality of organic, polyphonic and sensory writing.