Nuit Blanche: La nuit des savoirs
© Déborah Lesage
With 'The night of knowledge', Laurent Le Bon expands Nuit Blanche into the realms of research, science, academia and the intellect. A series of auditoriums along the Nuit Blanche trail will be hosting 'conference performances about the strangeness of the world'... This intriguing précis isn't much illuminated by the show previews, such as Luis de Miranda on 'Being and Neon', or Franck Gérard on 'En l'État'. Definitely worth checking out as the cutting edge of the cutting edge.
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‘The night of knowledge’ expands Nuit Blanche into the realms of research, science, academia and the intellect
Are we looking at washing-up liquid, living fungus, or sluicing mould?
Using the humming of the ventilation, the rumbles of the Métro and the rush of passing cars to instill some sort of aural order on sonic chaos
Usually inaccessible viewpoints, terraces and rooftops across Paris
A six-hour concert of all Nicolas Horvath's works for piano, performed in tribute to Philip Glass
Kurt Weill’s ‘Youkali-Tango-Habanera’ as a visual and sound installation where the audience dances the tango
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