Performance, art & science workshop symposium.
The concept of microperformativity denotes the current trend in performance art to destabilise the usually dominant place of the human scale. It questions the microscopic world and its biological and technological agents as new actors of art.
Presentation of Pollen, le sens où tournera la ronde, in collaboration with Jean-Marc Chomaz as part of the project le murmure du bouleau with Nicolas Visez. At the LadHyX of the Ecole Polytechnique.
The rest of the programme is available at https://www.legenerateur.com/spectacle/de-la-performance-a-microperformativite/. Registration at email@example.com
"Think like a mountain" will open at the Château de Goutelas and at the Creux de l'enfer . The vernissage will take place in two stages, first in Thiers at 3pm, then in Goutelas at 7pm. The project is curated by Sophie Auger-Grappin and includes work by Karine Bonneval, Marinette Cueco, Laurie Dall'Ava, Léa Devenelle, Minot-Gormezano, Sarah Laaroussi, Bastien Mignot, Astrid Nobel, Jean-Baptiste Perret, Marie Preston, Jérôme Dupeyrat and Laurent Sfar and Marjolaine Turpin.
Langue des Bois, alcove for plant oracle. Produced in collaboration with Shoï and INRAe PIAF.
Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 November, from 2pm to 7pm, Houlocène, Antre Peaux, Bourges.
A carpet serves as an alcove for three ficus trees. Installed on this carpet, with their feet symbolically planted on the ground, the spectators can observe the trees' answers to different questions: questions that we want to ask them, about them, about ourselves, about our relationships. The questions make the plants vibrate, with a vibration that is specific to each individual plant and to each question. This shuddering, visible on a screen in front of the carpet, is translated into sound: it is the "answer" of the trees. Enigmatic, the phonemes emitted constitute a language potentially understandable by all living beings. The tree becomes an oracle.
With the support of Ursulab, the DRAC and the Centre Val de Loire Region.
This year we are celebrating the 10th anniversary of the unique artistic proposal that is Champ d'expression. Contemporary artists are invited to a farm to live for a while and develop a research and creative work in situ, which stems from this experience. What better place than a farm to invite art to the countryside? What stronger symbol for rurality than the farming world, its activities, its buildings, and the way it shapes our landscape? Every year, farms open their doors to La Fourmi-e, welcoming artists and the public, and participating in this artistic and human adventure. In 2022, the journey from farm to farm will highlight farmers who are taking over or setting up a business at a time when it is becoming increasingly difficult to hand down farms. Farms, laboratories of mixed lives and shared experiences where the question of an agriculture of the common is raised, intimately linked to the future challenges of our societies. For this 10th edition, 7 artists, 6 farms.
La Fourmi-e goes back to the source of the adventure, where the artistic circuit laid the foundations of its identity, carried then, with determination, by volunteers, farmers and pioneering artists. To honour this early energy, the association decided to invite these artists from the first edition again. 10 years later, 4 out of 6 are back in the adventure, joined by 3 other artists, on new farms.
From 2 to 30 October in Central Brittany, an event called la fourmi-e
PLANTASIA VOL. 1
A screening and gallery exhibition of work by artists who use the outdoors as a tool.
Millennium Film Workshop
167 Wilson Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11237
Friday, Sept 16
8:00pm EST screening
8:00pm EST virtual screening: https://www.millenniumfilm.org/workshop-channel
Exhibition on view through Friday Sept 23
Listening to the landscape, the artist Karine Bonneval invites you on a sound and poetic journey to discover the megafauna and mesofauna that inhabit the Ecological Garden, an unsuspected and preserved place in the heart of the Jardin des Plantes.
Perceive the vibrations of the ground, hear a pollinator foraging, listen to a bark under your fingers, this original workshop takes you into a whirlwind of surprising and unexpected sounds.
At the bend in an alley, in the shade of petals, behind a twig, lend an ear.
The weekend of 23 to 24 July 2022. Duration: 30 minutes - Free, with registration - From 8 years old. Meeting point: Summer garden (along the Great Greenhouses).
For this 4th edition, allons voir ! proposes to artists, selected by Sophie Auger Grappin, to intervene in and around different rural sites, farms, mills, barns (in particular the 16th century pyramidal barns emblematic of this region), or silos or washhouses, in various communes of the Pays Fort: Assigny, Barlieu, Concressault, Vailly-sur-Sauldre, Le Noyer. This artistic tour allows you to discover or rediscover this agricultural micro-region in a new light.
Opening on Saturday 2 July, 4.30 pm, Pyramid Barn, 2 route de Concressault, 18260 Vailly-sur-Sauldre.
Karine Bonneval, with the collaboration of Charlotte Poulsen, Delphine Ciavaldini, Claude Pasquer, Marjolaine Turpin, Vladimir Skoda, Léa Devenelle, Paul Ricci
Curated by Sophie Auger Grappin
Forest of Jalognes (18300), place called "le Palais", Saturday 25 June from 3pm to 11pm
Who is this forest right next to us? We sometimes walk through it, without really knowing it. Neither very big nor majestic, it is nevertheless a complex and organised place of life, from which we have gradually disassociated ourselves. Yet we are the forest. Our proposal is to meet for an afternoon and an evening in the communal forest of Jalognes to rediscover it in its complexity, its beauty and its fragility. Personalities from science, forestry and the world of living art will be there as "translators".
A national event coordinated by COAL