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Plus que vivant (More Than Living)

When art meets health and biomedical research

From September 28th to October 22nd, 2022 | Opening on September 27th, 7/10pm

Galerie - Cité internationale des arts
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This event is organized as part of the OPEN SOURCE BODY festival, and is a co-production of Art2M/Makery, MCD and the Cité internationale des arts. It is part of the ART4MED program – art meets health and biomedical research and is co-financed by the European Union's Creative Europe program.

 

                        

 

          

 

        

Plus que vivant (More Than Living) – exhibition booklet to discover HERE – illustrates the links between contemporary art, health, biomedical research and the way in which, in a post COVID-19 society, we pay more attention to others. The exhibition highlights how artists are inspired by scientific research in the field of health, evolutionary biology, biotechnologies and their impact on the human body, as well as the body’s relationship with its environment.

 

With the artists: Albert Garcia-Alzorriz ; Edna Bonhomme, Nazila Kivi, Luiza Prado & Jette Hye Jin Mortensen ; Shu Lea Cheang et Ewen Chardronnet ; l4bouche (Estelle Benazet H et Cindy Coutant) ; Martin Howse ; Adriana Knouf ; Emilia Tikka, Oula & Leena Valkeapää ; Maya Minder ; Helena Nikonole & Lucy Ojomoko ; Clara Sukyong Jo

 

 

satellite program

Continue the exhibition experience by discovering the satellite programming:

 

• A Bestiary of the Anthropocene exhibition by DISNOVATION.ORG & Nicolas Nova (September 28th/October 31st 2022 – Petite Galerie)

• Open Studios: Work in Slow Motion "Curated by" (September 28th 2022, 6/10pm – Marais Site)

• When artists meet health and biomedical research get-together (October 21st 2022, 7pm – Auditorium)

 

Practical Information

From September 28th to October 31st, 2022
Wednesday to Saturday
Extended hours every Wednesday, from 2 pm to 9 pm


Galerie of the Cité internationale des arts
Free admission

 

Opening – Tuesday, September 27th, 2022, 7 pm to 10 pm

 

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