Camille Claudel spend the last 30 years of her life, from 1914 to her death in 1943, in a second asylum ( The first being Ville Evrard, near Paris) the one of Montdevergues. The author visited the asylum in 2012 while writing the play: “Fugato Labile for Camille Claudel” to which you are invited in March 2014. See dates, times and tickets at www.theatremosaicmond,net. Montdevergues is situated near Avignon (we all know the children’s song “Sur le pont d’Avignon) in the Vaucluse, South of France. In 1914, to flee the German army entering Paris, Camille and the other patients of the Ville Evrard asylum were transported to Montdevergues.