Lucas Dragone is an awards winning visual artist and storyteller. Born in Belgium to parents with a strong sense of cultural and social commitment, he spent his childhood steeped in an environment that explored the most varied forms of creativity, in line with a particularly difficult local situation. He studied at the Lassaad international school of theater and worked with the Compagnie Barbiana in Belgium; performing, directing and teaching. After a few years, he became Looka Loopa making music videos, documentaries, short films and visual experiments, all inspired by his sincere outlook on life. Giving as much importance to the people and situations as to the style. In the past few years, he initiated a project of documenting and capturing various forms of theaters from Asia and around the World through his camera. By doing this, Lucas hopes to contribute to the documentation of performing arts, to try and depict the transmission of this cultural patrimony to the next generations by witnessing and photographing the work of Masters, the craftsmanship of the Creators, enter the world of Actors, Artists and Director from preparation to the performance. Rather than a quest for exoticism, this series is an archival work to reflect a diversity that may disappear. In parallel with his photographic works, Looka is also directing film documentaries around the world. His first film Documentary Black Box is the result of 5 years following the creation process of The House of Dancing Water, a show directed in Macau (China) by Franco Dragone. Far from being a "making of", it is a journey through time, exploring the minds, the moods, the sensations... of the artists involved in the project. His second film documentary is about I Made Djimat, a very well-known figure in the world of theatre who is coming from a small village in Bali. I Made Djimat had a major influence on some of the most important directors in the 20th century.