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Published on 13 October 2016
Round table and closing of the exhibition Ultralocal and the exhibition cycle Think global, act local
Sunday October 16 at 4pm at CEAAC, Strasbourg
With: David Rigoulot (Pays du Sundgau), Anne Zimmermann, Pierre Laurent (Les Nouveaux Voisins) and Paul Souviron.
Animated by Loïc Fel from COAL
For the exhibition cycle at CEAAC, COAL, guest curator for the 2015-2016 season, explored the adage “Think global, act local.” First with the exhibition Systemicwhich allowed us to touch this new logic of understanding the world and its complex phenomena, and then with Open source this culture of sharing and collective, condition sine qua non to meet the complexity and size of today’s challenges, and finally with UltralocalThe aim of the project is to highlight the multi-local dimension of the solutions, which must be readapted to the reality of the immediate environment in the perspective of global issues.
In order to complete this cycle on the occasion of the finissage of this last exhibition, COAL now proposes to the local cultural actors to take over and invites them to publicly discuss their respective initiatives around STUWA, the Art and Nature Trail of the Sundgau.
European Center for Contemporary Artistic Actions – CEAAC
7 rue de l’Abreuvoir
Image credit: The New Neighbors, Gemütlichkeit for STUWA 2016 © Klaus Stöeber
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