Born "on" A brother. A sister. Two courses. Two irradiations. Two prints. Art as a horizon. The twin desire to create and share the pleasure of their superimposed emotions. They join forces to offer their vision of the retinal persistence of a sensation and choose neon light as the medium for their creations. He assembles the words. She's taming the blur. Their works are a tribute, a complicit wink to pop culture. When music and light speak together Music and contemporary art as a meeting point for their first series of works. Born at the time when the record labels were orange, when the music was round and black, when the covers were square, when the notes were 33 or 45 rpm before landing in our ears, Sandrine and Benoit Picot propose a four-handed reinterpretation of a shared culture. They give us an enlightened reading of the graphic universe and the visual imprint of an artist, a song, lyrics, a title. Images, colours, dreams, passwords, passwords, words that remain, secret messages, known to all, that compose our intimate little music. Words that speak to the eye. Words that enlighten. The light that gives voice. To rematerialize emotions, memories, chills, desires, pleasures. These are all starting points for an invitation to travel to what we know about ourselves. Poetic installations for highlighting musical words.