Julien Mages is not at his first salvo against taboos and other social conformities. In I will go to cover your shadow tomorrow, on display at Arsenic in October 2019, the satirist portrayed a philosopher angry at contemporary theater, flat and falsely provocative in his eyes. Even your sometimes murderer in Tour H / The madman with the child, monologue linked to the work of novelist Michel Houellebecq. Logically, it is about women, the art market and jealousy. But it is also a question of wounds, the quest for the sublime and the love of humanity. In the end, a monologue which, under the guise of gall, questions the need to create.