Whether it's the ability to visualize images from sensory or abstract perceptions, or a sensitive form derived from direct experience, imagination leads to a proposal, and once shared, it's a common project to follow for a better humanity. Like an injunction, the exclamation mark invites artists to entrust us with their suggestions, wild or utopian, for tomorrow and for improving human skills, while preserving our planet. This year, the FITE celebrates its 10th anniversary. It wants to give free rein to new imaginations, nourished by lucid hopes, rejecting beatitude and capitulation. The FITE proposes to rise up against submission and resignation to the cynical vision of the future. It makes hope revolutionary, "kindness a political act", and places human emotions and feelings at the center (Alexandra Rowland). In its main exhibition, FITE invites artists to imagine a new shared history, a new world that cares for the environment, new artistic practices and new forms of consumption, a new body and new materials to adorn it, a new world where humor and illusion intersect. FITE defends a space of freedom and creativity where imagination is born, a tool for emancipation and social transformation. In 2022, Clermont-Ferrand will come alive around this reflection, while in 2023, the FITE will visit several Lithuanian cities (Vilnius, Klaipeda, Kaunas, etc.) to present the work carried out in collaboration with the Vilnius Academy of Arts and a selection of international artists, enriched by heritage pieces at the House of Histories of the National Museum of Lithuania in Vilnius.