Invisible Communities, Berdaguer & Péjus at the Friche Belle de mai
The Marseille duo Christophe Berdaguer and Marie Péjus explore the link between psyche and environment through moving and emotional architectures where affects, animism and reparation are at stake.
The feeling of having entered an inner landscape…, living in an exhibition as in a psychoarchitecture…
I get up and walk under a metal network…
The layout is emotional, it is the fruit of the moods of its designers then of its inhabitants… an architecture of relationships… of contagions and coexistences…
The objects on display are themselves “recorders”, they are “loaded” with meaning, with memories.”
Don’t forget to go as far as Panorama to discover KILDA, a striking installation with this interweaving of suspended chains, which revisits Gaudi’s principles for Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia, coupled with a musical score by Olivier Messiaen the “Catalogue of Birds”. Reference to this British archipelago of Saint-Kilda where a community lived in near autarky in the middle of thousands of seabirds, from which they drew their survival.
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