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Eye eye eye

Digital exhibition in 22 episodes​​​​​​​ (English subtitles available)

- Chapter 1, As far as the eye can see, 7 episodes available from March 25
- Chapter 2, Sight track, 7 episodes available from April 8
- Chapter 3, Eyes wide open, 7 episodes available from April 29 

This digital exhibition on YouTube and social media aims at opening our eyes : how do we still manage to see something in this fog, this thick mist that has formed around us ? How can we act and see together, after all of the assaults our eyes have suffered over the last few years ?
This digital exhibition, this atlas broken down in to episodes to keep it manageable, has set out to give us time to think about what is happening to us, by creating a dialogue between free, moving images that, by nature, answer each other and resist each other.
It is the role of museums, and of this museum, to react in the present. To make figures and phantoms come out of the works to counter the attack of the images that are blocking our view. To try to guide and support a collective, therapeutic healing that is yet to come.

Texts and curatorship: Joseph Belletante
Assisted by Julie Davasse
With the voices of Camille Varenne and
Clémence Zakiri Compagnie Lunée l’Ôtre, artists in residence

​​​​​​​Soundtrack: Loïc Brisset
Recorded and mixed at the iDfiXx_Studio

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