Exhibited from 7 October to 1 November 2020.
The collective Gilbard has set up their workshop at BOZAR. By recovering and reusing materials (wood, metal, fabric, paper, paint, etc.) to build or create, they have established a new relationship between objects and people, and will organise creative activities daily. The programme, that includes scenography and installations, workshops and constructions, conferences and events, focuses on processes, collective work and non-monetary exchanges.
Juliette le Monnyer, artist, filmmaker and photographer, bases her work on the geological history of Egyptian Black Desert volcanic rock in order to produce unusual anticipation maps. The documents will be presented along with photographs, and a film in which the artist discusses these issues with Giovanni Bertotti, an internationally renowned expert.
Lucie Payoux imagines a plant that, by 2100, will have grown profusely and become a source for a single colour used in the production of plant-based pigments. The artist sees the omnipresent colour as a sign of declining plant diversity. She illustrates the symptom of an unsettling future through four paintings depicting a single motif gradually and irreversibly tinged with red.