RADAR

Patch 10

Gallery of Futures

In 2067, gestures are slower, actions fewer and clocks no longer mark the flight of time, nor do they organize the race into the future.

This patch is an excerpt from the work of Béatrice Josse and her friends. It allows the sharing of works whose calm tempo is that of their time. Slow tomorrow - so as not to forget that a long time ago everyone was talking about acceleration, foresight and rapid projection into the future.

Slow tomorrow, in order, for a little longer, to free up the river of time, letting it flow into the ocean which gathers and calms its flow.

Ann Veronica Janssens Mukha, Anvers 1997 Courtesy Franc Lorraine, Metz © Ann Veronica Janssens
Ann Veronica Janssens Mukha, Anvers 1997 Courtesy Franc Lorraine, Metz © Ann Veronica Janssens
 Ismaïl Bahri Ligne 2011 Courtesy Franc Lorraine, Metz
Ismaïl Bahri Ligne 2011 Courtesy Franc Lorraine, Metz
Edith Dekyndt One second of silence (Part 1, New York) 2008 Courtesy Franc Lorraine, Metz
Edith Dekyndt One second of silence (Part 1, New York) 2008 Courtesy Franc Lorraine, Metz
Joëlle Tuerlinckx Area  2004 Courtesy Franc Lorraine, Metz
Joëlle Tuerlinckx Area 2004 Courtesy Franc Lorraine, Metz

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