Théo Casciani (b. 1995) is a French author and lecturer. Having completed the master’s degree in creative writing at La Cambre in Brussels, his work is characterised by tackling the place of feelings in virtual spaces. His first novel titled Rétine is a novel of persistence where the modalities of the image are constantly questioned, whether they are extracted from a film or TV news, taken from the Internet or from a Skype conversation. Besides his literary practice, Casciani is currently a lecturer at La Cambre.