Son of a Chilean novelist and a Venezuelan diplomat, Miguel Bonnefoy was born in Paris and grew up between France, Venezuela and Portugal. Although he decided to write in French, much of his work explores matters such as immigration, being disconnected from your roots, and the character and history of Venezuela. Based on his own experience, at this event Miguel Bonnefoy will talk about the influence of language on the perception of identity, and how a mixture of cultures can enrich one’s individuality. A unique opportunity to reflect on the relationship between language, culture and identity. In conversation with Ingrid Bejerman.