A collective exhibition with
JEAN-SEBASTIEN BAILLAT & PATRICK TRUDEAU, GOLNAZ BEHROUZNIA, MAGALI DESBAZEILLE, DAVID GUEZ, OLGA KISSELEVA, LAAB / LABORATOIRE ASSOCIATIF D'ART ET DE BOTANIQUE (NICOLAS BRALET, FRANÇOIS COLLIN & SABRINA ISSA), FABIEN LEAUSTIC, JULIEN POIDEVIN, FLAVIEN THERY
This exhibition is the result of a call of diffusion launched within the Media Arts Network (Réseau Arts Numériques – RAN). The selected works dealing with the scientist imaginary, honors the partnership between the city of Enghien-les-Bains for its Centre des arts and the Académie des Sciences which celebrates its 350th anniversary in 2016.
As RAN members, ATI-Paris 8, Citu-Paris 8, Château Ephémère, Décalab, Digital Performances and Cultures, Elektra, Labo Arts & Sciences – Paris 1, Maison Populaire and Transcultures sponsor the visual works co-produced by their care. The Cda was in charge of the final selection and is the curator of the exhibition.
At the crossroads between the emotional and rational fields, the real and the imaginary worlds, this exhibition can be considered as a geographical route crossing the space, the time and the language. Installations, immersive devices, sensitive works are presented into three chapters: perceptive utopias, biological fictions and live memories.
The 10 members of the RAN partners
ATI & INREV, PARIS 8 / CITU-PARAGRAPHE, PARIS 8 / CENTRE DES ARTS / CHATEAU EPHEMERE / DECALAB / DIGITAL PERFORMANCES & CULTURES / ELEKTRA / LABO ART & SCIENCES, PARIS 1 / MAISON POPULAIRE / TRANSCULTURES
Hemispheres proposes to the visitor an immersive experience of the space and the light which modifies his perception and gives birth to new sensory capacities.
Hemispheres is a crossing of the alive world which summons the biological question. An anatomy of the body and the landscape which reveals the outlines of a new poetic and sensitive imagination.
Hemispheres is a journey through the time which questions the practices of the language and the image and our manners to communicate.
" A journey through sounds, perceptions & Graphics landscapes " - Exhibition at the Library George Sand associated with that of Hemispheres .