Prosopopées : Quand les objets prennent vie

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An immersive and sometimes unnerving set of works that give the viewer out-of-the-ordinary physical and sensory experiences.

Its tongue-twisting title referencing a French literary stylistic device that gives non-human entities a voice (animals,ghosts, dead people), this huge exhibition brings together works whose technical or mechanical genius is to give the viewer out-of-the-ordinary physical and sensory experiences. This isn’t a straightforward gallery visit, but an immersive and sometimes unnerving experience, in part inspired by the work of Philip K. Dick and ideas of what is real. So brace yourselves for extracted bodily organs made to beat frantically ('Endophonie Mécanisée', Edwige Armand), a mirror that refuses to reflect what it’s shown ('Miroir Fuyant', Thomas Cimolaï), visitors’ bodies used to execute choreography prgrammed into exoskeletons ('Inferno', Bill Vorn et Louis-Philippe Demers) and much more.

Event phone: 01.53.35.50.00
Event website: http://www.104.fr/
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