Le Cube – independent art room welcomes Alice Dufour-Feronce, photographer from Berlin, for an exhibition entitled Terrains de jeux (Playgrounds).
Between belonging and individuality, in the search of encounters, dialogues, but also, of limits, the artist offers her journey through playful spaces and the perception she has of them.
This exhibition will be punctuated by evening events, mixing concerts, readings and screen projections with the group Spielraum, a quartet that explores classical and jazz, nourishing them with German, French and Moroccan influences.
On the river without shores that carries millions of stories, every human leaves his own wake. Between belonging and individuality. In the search of encounters, dialogues, but also, of limits. In a Discovery of the frontiers of these playgrounds/ playing fields to overstep. These pictures of travels to Germany, to France and to Morocco narrate the art of living of Men from here and elsewhere.
“A person, who lives in the occident, sometimes forgets that the rest of the world only exists through narratives. These stories generate other stories, which, in their turn, lead again to further stories. The person in question could believe that the world functions according to the principle that there should be an answer to everything:
Why? – Because things are this way! – Ah okay! This will be all, thank you.
And, this westerner perhaps does not understand that the idea of narrating stories in a linear way, with a cause and effect relation is but a recent invention of the little geographically dispersed Man. It is an invention that serves to nothing but the diversion of the course of the river without the shores that carry millions of stories, an invention that only serves to disguise the tumult of the waters of the story into cold and inert concepts.”
Assia Djebar, écrivaine.