Thursday, 7 May 2015



1. either of a pair of two long poles with footrests on which a person stands and walks, as used by circus clowns
2. a long post or column that is used with others to support a building above ground level
3. any of several shore birds of the genera Himantopus and Cladorhynchus, similar to the avocets but having a straight bill
4. (trans.) to raise or place on or as if on stilts

Drunken houses
On precarious stilts
Fishing for survival

Background art piece by Françoise Chamagne 

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