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‘To hell with those who want childhood to go with innocence,' wrote the educator, writer and filmmaker Fernand Deligny in 1947. In the same spirit, this compilation brings together thirteen key texts by Deligny that have never before been translated into Spanish, allowing us to reconstruct the process that led him from a psychiatric hospital in Armentières, – where he worked as an educator during the Second World War –, to Monoblet in Les Cévennes, where he established a network of shelters for autistic children in 1969.

Blue protects white from innocence. Blue drags black with it. Blue is darkness made visible.
Derek Jarman