Kika’s Interview

We have already introduced you to Kika Lenfant. This article will be an opportunity for us to penetrate more deeply into his unique universe.

A2R: Singer, graphic designer, photographer…and as many sites…as hats…can you tell us more?

Kika: Everything has been built over the years. I first did a year of literature college in Italy in Rome, but deep down I wanted to leave, do something else, the original idea was to be a stylist. Part of my family living in Paris, I decided to come and see what was happening on the other side of the border. I enrolled in an artistic preparation, and studied graphic design. Photography is imposed as an evidence. When you’re a graphic designer, part of the job is to connect text and image with a sharp sense of framing. But I have too much respect for photographers to consider myself one. I am an image maker with a great photographic sensitivity. Music is yet another story. It’s the tails side of the disco ball…It’s my passion, my reason for being. I sing as I breathe, it’s vital, it’s my way of communicating with people and it’s there, on stage, that I’m at home.

A2R: Singer, graphic designer, photographer…and as many sites…as hats…can you tell us more?

Kika: Everything has been built over the years. I first did a year of literature college in Italy in Rome, but deep down I wanted to leave, do something else, the original idea was to be a stylist. Part of my family living in Paris, I decided to come and see what was happening on the other side of the border. I enrolled in an artistic preparation, and studied graphic design. Photography is imposed as an evidence. When you’re a graphic designer, part of the job is to connect text and image with a sharp sense of framing. But I have too much respect for photographers to consider myself one. I am an image maker with a great photographic sensitivity. Music is yet another story. It’s the tails side of the disco ball…It’s my passion, my reason for being. I sing as I breathe, it’s vital, it’s my way of communicating with people and it’s there, on stage, that I’m at home.

A2R: How do you manage to articulate all these artistic practices? Is there not one that takes precedence over the others?

Kika: To be honest, I don’t ask myself the question at all, I’m a needy person. I move forward, according to the projects, I put everything I know into it, I learn. Yes the music is MA, is the priority. She will always come before the rest.

A2R: What are your upcoming projects?

Kika: A photo exhibition, concerts, concerts, concerts, a trip…

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