Group exhibition :
Charlotte Charbonnel, Jérémy Gobé, Karine Bonneval, Cécile Beau
Curators: Pauline Lisowski and Fabienne Leloup
At a time when climate change is a major issue that requires us to rethink our ways of life, artists invite us to understand scientific research and the future of life through sensitivity. Environmental issues, natural processes, microcosms at the scale of an environment, sometimes in relation to scientists, they are witnesses, inventors and create works that propose experiments. They make the state of our environment, in turmoil, perceptible.
While nature's life processes fascinate and inspire, they also provoke emotions, revive memories, stories and lead to the feeling of one's own body. From this contact comes the understanding of the plant, its way of being and transforming itself according to the places and conditions in which it is found.
The invisible, the beyond is discovered through physical experience, listening and touch. From a fragment, a natural material or a collected element, the artists, sometimes in collaboration with scientists, show us how to see and listen to nature's time.
Thus, the works are each a world where you can take a look around, take the time to understand a scientific discovery or let yourself be surprised and whet your curiosity about the natural resources to be preserved. They offer moments of contemplation, of exploration at the same time visual, sonorous and tactile. They make us aware of natural phenomena.