ICE STORIES

ICE STORIES

ICE STORIES

Performance evening with Anna-Katharina Scheidegger, Anaïs Tondeur, Stéfane Perraud and Aram Kebabdjian, followed by the presentation of the book Grand Tour 2020 – Meetings across Europe on Art and Ecology.

Wednesday, November 28, 2018, at 7:30 p.m.
At the Museum of Hunting and Nature

Four artists nominated in previous editions of the COAL Prize deliver performances linked to the new imaginary of the melting ice. Based on the story of a cold wave that froze Europe 11,500 years ago, Le Cri de l’Eophone byAnaïs Tondeur presents the results of an expedition revealing the role of oceanic circulations in the climate balance. Projected to 2050, Stéfane Perraud and Aram Kebabdjian make, with Black sunThis is a fragile tribute to the utopian “Saturn” program initiated at the beginning of the 21st century, which aimed to stop the advance of dry zones and the retreat of cold zones on the surface of the globe through the massive implantation of solar ice machines. Anna Katharina Scheidegger offers us her vision of a fragile world and an aching nature through a performance on the ice mixing an ethnological, environmental and psychoanalytical approach.

The critic and essayist Pieter Van Bogaert will conclude the evening by sharing his own experience of engaged artistic practices on the occasion of the release of the book Grand Tour 2020 – Meetings across Europe on Art and Ecology published by the European network Imagine2020 art and climate change, of which COAL is the French representative. The book will be on sale November 29 at the Marianne Goodman Bookstore.

This last evening of the cycle of nocturnes organized by COAL in echo to the exhibition Tierra del Fuego of Angelika Markul will be followed by a friendly drink and a signing of the book.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

Admission subject to availability, no reservation required
Ticketing opens at 7pm on the evening of the event.
Full price 8 € / Reduced price 6 €.
Open from Tuesday to Sunday
The ticket allows you to visit the museum and the exhibitions free of charge the same day and in the month following the night.

Place and time:
Museum of Hunting and Nature
62 rue des Archives
75003 Paris


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