Bertrand Dezoteux, Harmonie, épisode 1, 2018, Collection Frac Île-de-France © Bertrand Dezoteux /Adagp, Paris / 2024

Devenir hybrides
MuMO, le Musée Mobile

Exhibition from the MuMo, Musée Mobile tour of Île-de-France, Normandy and Hauts-de-France

An exhibition conceived by Frac Île-de-France, in collaboration with Frac Normandie, Frac Grand Large – Haut-de-France and Fonds d’art contemporain – Paris Collections

Exhibition curators: Marine Guerbois and Rémi Enguehard

Official opening on 15.06 at Tremblay-en-France, at 6 pm

The MuMo was founded by Ingrid Brochard to make contemporary creation accessible to those who are far from it, by sharing an artistic and aesthetic experience on the territories. Since 2011, the Musée Mobile has reached out to 200,000 visitors around the world, traveling to where they live, primarily in rural and suburban areas.

Devenirs hybrides focuses on the hybridization of bodies. In their quest for performance, athletes make use of various technologies, often in a biomimetic approach.

In their representations, as in performances on their own bodies, artists too play with the blurred boundaries between nature and culture to question our humanity. Fusion with the living in all its forms evokes both futuristic and ancestral fictions, blending diverse cultural traditions. The world encompasses the human being, and is not just an environment that surrounds him. Hybridization with the machine reminds us that technology inhabits our bodies and its representations, and also underpins the perpetual quest for performance that governs our societies.

With works by* :

Karine Bonneval, John Coplans, Odonchimeg Davaadorj, Christine Deknuydt, Gilles Delmas, Fred Deux, Bertrand Dezoteux, Sophie Dubosc, Xiao Fan, Richard Kalvar, Bernard Lallemand, Samir Mougas, Arni Rafael Minkkinen, Cristian Pasturel, Javier Pérez, Katy Schimert, and Jean-Luc Verna.

*Works from the Frac Île-de-France collection, the Frac Normandie collection, the Frac Grand Large – Haut-deFrance collection and the Fonds d’art contemporain – Paris Collections collection.