29.10.2020 – Lecture, Opening
Cataclysms follow one after the other and we don’t always perceive the real extent of them. Whether these disasters are political, human, ecological or cultural, they are nevertheless taking place […]
Cataclysms follow one after the other and we don’t always perceive the real extent of them. Whether these disasters are political, human, ecological or cultural, they are nevertheless taking place today, before our very eyes.
Echoing these troubled times, the architects Valentin Kunik and Guillaume de Morsier and the artist Séverin Guelpa are launching TREMBLEMENT, a project designed as part of the Swiss Art Awards 2020 for which they were nominated. Halfway between art and architecture, TREMBLEMENT seeks to apprehend the period of crisis we are going through by starting from a reflection on the territory and the tensions and risks associated with it. After a first trip on the roads of Switzerland, they invite three specialists to cross their gaze on these uncertain times and discuss how this is changing the framework of their respective disciplines.
To punctuate their tour of Switzerland, join us for a first public restitution of TREMBLEMENT at La Becque followed by a discussion between the authors of the project and the architect Inès Lamunière, the philosopher Sophie Swaton and the curator Giovanni Carmine.
Due to current health standards, the places available for the event are strictly limited and registration is compulsory. Please register using the following form: https://bit.ly/2FKTiNm.
You will receive a reminder three days before the event.
No parking on site – please use public transport or the Parking des Remparts in La Tour-de-Peilz.