Soirée Nomade — Marcelline Delbecq + Georges Aperghis + Tim Etchells
Marcelline Delbecq + Georges Aperghis + Tim Etchells
Past: Wednesday, June 18, 2014 at 9 PM
Oublier, voir — Reading and projection
Drawing on her unforgettable and forgotten memories as a spectator, Marcelline Delbecq has written a narrative in images that questions the experience of each and every spectator, reader and listener. Neither fiction nor a true documentary, Oublier, voir exonerates a subjective story from viewing as it relates to memory.
+ Georges Aperghis
Requiem furtif — Concert, with Françoise Rivalland and Anne Mercier
Prolix composer Georges Aperghis uses his never-ending supply of creativity to invent a very personal work. He has written more than a hundred pieces — soloist and orchestral works, vocal and chamber pieces — always taking inspiration from text and dramatic arts. His Requiem furtif, performed by Françoise Rivalland and Anne Mercier — the interpreters with whom it was created — is to be approached “like an intimate relationship between the ‘living’ violin and the ‘dead’ claves, like a study of activity and emptiness” (Peter Szendy).
+ Tim Etchells
A Broadcast / Looping Pieces — Performance
In his improvised performance piece A Broadcast/Looping Pieces, artist and writer Tim Etchells opens his notebook to reveal the intimacy of his own creative process to the public. The random pages from his archives — a jumbled assortment of fragments of text, overheard conversations and newspaper clippings — confuse the stream of language, producing dialogs, juxtapositions and ambiguous collisions.
In conjunction with:
La Fondation Cartier — 30 ans de mécénat libre et généreux
May 10 → September 21, 2014
The Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain invite the public to celebrate 30 years of patronage and exhibitions. “Vivid Memories” tells an alternative history of contemporary art, one that emphasizes the value of human relationships with artists when it comes to building a successful museum program.
261, boulevard Raspail
T. 01 42 18 56 50 — F. 01 42 18 56 52
Sunday January 1 – Wednesday April 19 inclusive
La Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain est exceptionnellement fermée pour travaux de rénovation
Every day except Monday, 11 AM – 8 PM
Late night on Tuesday until 10 PM
Full rate €10,50 — Concessions €7.00