- sat 29 feb 2020_21:00
- sun 22 mar 2020_22:00
View from the moon
The spectator can see from far away the silhouette of a planet, projected on a large wall.
This image seems familiar: a crescent of light on a perfect sphere, it must be the moon.
As he gets closer, he discovers details of craters, irregularities made of fine shadows and reliefs. Once close and observing attentively, he recognizes the contours of continents, seas and oceans. What remains are traces of disasters, the monochrome reveals the absence of an atmosphere, the disappearance of the oceans.
It is up to the viewer to imagine what lies behind this view of an inert planet.
The artist invites us to think about a possible future.
Curator : Juliette Bibasse