Emmanuel Guy is an art historian, specialized in Palaeolithic art (between 35 000 and 10 000 years BP). In recent years, in parallel to his research, he has undertaken a pictorial work in which he twists prehistoric stylistic traditions, favouring one pattern or another, changing scales, valuing a particular graphic bias, adding his own look to the original work. In taking them out from their archaeological context, he highlights the modernity of these original representations and metaphorically reminds us that other worlds are possible. Emmanuel Guy lives in Paris and travels (in time). He is the author of Préhistoire du sentiment artistique (Les Presses du réel, 2011) and Ce que l'art préhistorique dit de nos origines (Flammarion, 2018)