Spatialization / Dis~Orientations
In deciding to study the exhibition Erre, variations labyrinthiques at Centre Pompidou-Metz, the space brain Laboratory intends to extend its researches about a corporal – both tactile and motor – relation between the viewer and the artwork. The works presented for the exhibition have in common to destabilize and to confuse the viewer, in order to release him from a simple, passive experience and to make him an actor of the artwork he is facing.
Work under study
Erre, variations labyrinthiques curated by Hélène Guenin and Guillaume Désanges
head of the exhibition program at Centre Pompidou-Metz, curator with Guillaume Désanges of the exhibition Erre, variations labyrinthiques
writer (novelist and essayist) and science journalist
anthropologist, lecturer at Université Lumière - Lyon 2
art historian, professor at Université Paris IV - Sorbonne
engineer, psychologist, neurophysiologist, professor emeritius at Collège de France where he was head of the CNRS-Collège de France physiology of perception and action laboratory.
geographer, professor at Université de Lyon (École Normale Supérieure Lettres et Sciences Humaines) and member of CNRS 5600 joint research unit on ‘Environment, city, society’.
Work under study
Wednesday, February 29, 2012 at Auditorium Wendel, Centre Pompidou-Metz
Audio recordings of the study day (French - mp3):
Lectures / Talk
Wednesday, February 29, 2012 at Auditorium Wendel
Michel Lussault - “La spatialité, un ‘art de
l’existence’?” [Spatiality, ‘art of existence’?]
Alain Berthoz - “Le cerveau et le labyrinthe, ou comment Thésée aurait pu sortir sans fil d’Ariane” [the brain and the labyrinth or how Theseus could have escaped without Ariadne’s thread]