All the artists invited for the previous episodes of L’Homme aux cent yeux (revue) gather in the empty spaces of le plateau – in between exhibitions – and propose a follow-up to their first intervention for a new happening, acme of the events programme.
The Hand, the Eye and It
Performance stagingThe Hand, a plasticine replica of the creator’s hand, the Eye, its’ eye, and the elusive It, a thing seeking to be crafted.
Tartan costumes « Black Watch » : dresses, underwear, slippers.
Un album de collection
Projection and live gig to celebrate the launching of the vinyl record Un album de collection, 11 pop songs focusing on a chosen set of artworks from the frac île-de-france collection. More informations…
L’Homme aux cent yeux (revue)
Last october, frac île-de-france launched a new review: L’Homme aux cent yeux.
This new revue – in a nod to its glorious ancestors of the 30s and to the spirit of the Music Hall – proposes an annual programme of live interventions, open to all kinds of artistic creation (acoustic, filmic, choreographic, etc.), by artists invited to occupy the exhibition spaces in two phases. The first will consist in evening events during the ongoing exhibitions, with a performative play specially created by an artist for each occasion. The second will take place once during the year, in between exhibitions, when the spaces are empty and awaiting the next installation. For this event – the acme of the review – all the invited artists will gather and propose a follow-up to their first intervention. These two forms of intervention will enable the invited artists to experiment with new pieces in different contexts and in direct relationship with the public.
* L’Homme aux cent yeux (revue) is a reference to Argus, the all-seeing giant in Greek mythology with a tragic – and beautiful – destiny.