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PERFORMANCES – INSTALLATION – MASHUP OF FILMS – CONVERSATIONS BETWEEN ARTISTS AND RESEARCHERS – CONFERENCE FICTION

Grenoble Museum
Friday 2nd, Saturday 3rd, Sunday 4th March
hall, large gallery, patio, seminar room, auditorium
Fixed, stable, fixed landscapes do not exist. The sedentary and the definitive are only illusions of optics or perception. Everything in the landscape moves, pitch, boat, jostles, migrates and moves …

In contrast to the route too well traced on the main road projecting us as soon as possible to a specific destination, It stirs you to walk randomly available to the unexpected, attentive to all meetings, to enjoy the time passing , the time that changes, to forget the certainties or the worries to leave the part with the escape.

THE 3 DAYS PROGRAM:

MASHUP: The landscape makes its cinema

Friday 2, Saturday 3, Sunday 4 March> Auditorium of the museum (free admission)

A montage of Agnès Bruckert (36-minute loop in continuous projection).

INSTALLATION: Places-called, a precipitate of lives

> Friday 2, Saturday 3, Sunday 4 March> Large gallery (free entrance on Saturday and Sunday)

A proposal by Philippe Mouillon with the scientific contest of Jeanine Elisa Médélice

SEMINAR: landscape in motion

> Friday, March 2nd from 9.30 am> 1 pm / 2.30 pm> 6 pm> Seminar room (free entrance on registration here)

9:30 am> Welcome by Guy Tosatto, director of the Grenoble museum. Introduction by Philippe Mouillon.
10h> 13H – 14H30> 18H: A day of reflection on landscapes in motion with Cécile Beau (artist), Daniel Bougnoux (philosopher), Philippe Bourdeau (geographer), Philippe Choler (ecologist), Emanuele Coccia (philosopher), Laurence Desprès (biologist), Caroline Duchatelet (artist), Alain Faure (political scientist), Catherine Hänni (archaeobiologist), Lucie Goujard (art historian), Lionel Manga (writer), Martin de la Soudière (ethnologist), François Parcy (biologist) , Dominique Pety (historian of literature), Claire Revol (philosopher), Olivier de Sepibus (artist), Henry Torgue (composer), Martin Vanier (geographer), Marc Vuillermoz (historian of literature) …
18H30> Conclusion in the presence of Patrick Levy, President of the University Grenoble Alpes.

(photographie de Stephanie Nelson)

  • CONVERSATIONS between landscape artists> landscapes and university researchers / CNRS

> Saturday, March 3> Patio (free admission)

  • 10H Caroline Duchatelet (artist)> / <Daniel Bougnoux (philosopher): Picking the light
  • 11H Agnès Bruckert (editor)> / <Pascale Bodet (film critic)> / <Laure Brayer (architect): Filming the landscape in the background
  • 12H Rachid Ouramdame (choreographer)> / <Anne-Laure Amilhat (geographer): Crossing borders
  • 13H Céline Perroud (dancer)> / <Claire Revol (philosopher): Gestures between heaven and earth
  • 14H Olivier de Séphibus (photographer)> / <Yann Borgnet (guide)> / <Lucie Goujard (art historian): The disappearance of the high mountain landscape
  • 15H Cécile Beau (artist)> / <Cartherine Hänni (archaeobiologist): Stability and turbulence, changing nature
  • 16H Chloé Moglia (artist)> / <Emmanuele Coccia (philosopher): To mix with the world by the breath
  • 17H Éléonor Gilbert (director)> / <Anne Sgard (geographer)> / <Sarah Mekdjian (geographer): Experimenting with everyday life

(photographie de Stephanie Nelson)

(photographie de Stephanie Nelson)

Commentaire de Daniel Bougnoux

  • PERFORMANCES

> Saturday March 3rd

  • 11H > Skull*cult de Christian Rizzo et Rachid Ouramdane > Salle XVIIIe siècle (entrée gratuite / durée 25mn)

Rachid Ouramdane, co-director of the CCN2-National Choreographic Center of Grenoble, takes over and interprets this solo created at the Vif of the subject in Avignon in 2002. The body wrapped in leather, he develops a work of articulations and suspensions entirely realized of back .

(photographie de Stephanie Nelson)

  • 12H> Horizon Chloé Moglia> Museum forecourt (free admission / duration 25mn)
    At 6 meters in height, Chloé Moglia, the aerial artist associated with the CCN2-National Choreographic Center of Grenoble, explores the decomposition of movement at the end of a long bent perch.

(photographie de Maryvonne Arnaud)

  • 14H> Skull * cult of Christian Rizzo and Rachid Ouramdane> 18th century room (free entry / duration 25mn)
    Rachid Ouramdane, co-director of the CCN2-National Choreographic Center of Grenoble, takes over and interprets this solo created at the Vif of the subject in Avignon in 2002. The body wrapped in leather, he develops a work of articulations and suspensions entirely realized of back .
  • 15H> Horizon Chloé Moglia> Parvis of the museum (free entrance / duration 25mn)
    At 6 meters in height, Chloé Moglia, the aerial artist associated with the CCN2-National Choreographic Center of Grenoble, explores the decomposition of movement at the end of a long bent perch.
  • 16H> Espace Éléonor Gilbert> Seminar room (free admission / duration 14mn)
    A 14-minute film where, with the help of a sketch, a little girl explains the geopolitical subtleties of public space on a playground scale.

(Photogramme du film d’Eléonor Gilbert)

PERFORMANCES

> Sunday 4th March

  • 11:30 am> Transhumance Nicolas Hubert and Giulia Arduca Company Epidermis> Departure Grand gallery, cloakroom level (free admission / 20-minute stroll)
    A performative and contemplative ambulation in large imaginary spaces, through a movement hybridizing the forms to the confusion of members and genres (human / animal, masculine / feminine).

(photographie de Maryvonne Arnaud)

  • 12H>> Horizon Chloé Moglia> Museum forecourt (free admission / duration 25mn) At 6 meters in height, Chloé Moglia, the aerial artist associated with the CCN2-National Choreographic Center of Grenoble, explores the decomposition of movement at the end of a long curved pole.

  • 14H> Earth’s gesture Céline Perroud Compagnie Cultural Rotations> Patio (free entry / duration 20 mn)
    Atypical dancer and choreographer, Céline Perroud presents a variation of the master class “Sismo Danse” realized with the seismologist Jean Robert Grasso and the visual artist Sébastien Perroud.

(photographie de Stephanie Nelson)

  • 14H30> Transhumance Nicolas Hubert and Giulia Arduca Company Epidermis> Departure Large gallery, cloakroom level (free entry / 20-minute stroll). A performative and contemplative ambulation in large imaginary spaces, through a movement hybridizing the forms to the confusion of members and genres (human / animal, masculine / feminine).
  • 15H> Attempts to stretch the French frozen David Poullard> / <Guillaume Rannou> Large gallery (free admission / duration 20 min)
    A fictional conference by two artists of the language who together develop devices intended to distort the ordinary and the banal of our everyday language, in order to extract unexpected potential senses.
  • 15H30> Horizon Chloé Moglia> Museum forecourt (free admission / duration 25mn)
    At 6 meters in height, Chloé Moglia, the aerial artist associated with the CCN2-National Choreographic Center of Grenoble, explores the decomposition of movement at the end of a long curved pole.
  • 16H> The gesture of the earth Céline Perroud Compagnie Rotations Culturelles> Patio (free admission / duration 20 mn)
    Atypical dancer and choreographer, Céline Perroud presents a variation of the master class “Sismo Danse” realized with the seismologist Jean Robert Grasso and the visual artist Sébastien Perroud.
  • 16H30> Attempts to stretch the French frozen David Poullard> / <Guillaume Rannou> Large gallery (free entry / duration 20 min)
    A fictional conference by two artists of the language who together develop devices intended to distort the ordinary and the banal of our everyday language, in order to extract unexpected potential senses.

 

 

 

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Une initiative de LABORATOIRE en partenariat avec le musée de Grenoble, le CCN2 centre chorégraphique national de Grenoble et les éditions local-contemporain – réalisée avec les soutiens de l’IDEX Université Grenoble Alpes, la SFR recherche-création Université Grenoble Alpes, la région Auvergne Rhône-Alpes, la ville de Grenoble dans le cadre de

un événement culturel porté par le Département de l’Isère sur une proposition artistique de LABORATOIRE