Office of the Exhibition: Claude d'Anthenaise, Anne de MallerayCommissarily Scientific Communications: Speap, Arts and Political Experiment Program (Bruno Latour and Frédérique Aït-Touati) This exhibition seeks to draw a passage, a lane, to enter the landscape, move from the position of exteriority to the nature that characterizes our imagination and our modern representations, to an exploration of the interior.en according to the animal track, the network than a globalized agricultural plant, corn, weave very locally Between humans and non-humans, or the footsteps of ecologists, hunters, farmers, with their tools and techniques, the artists offer another perspective on the landscape, which is no longer a fashionable decor to be pleasant At the human eye, but a living territory, consisting of relations between us, humans, and living and active entities.
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Moults by a multidisciplinary approach, at the crossroads of the natural sciences, social sciences and art, these works investigate another way to represent nature, from within, that is to say in relation to the living who live in it. The frame of these works is made at the presences, traces, stories, techniques and testimonies collected on the territory of Belval (Ardennes), a hunting area, place of research on biodiversity and residence of Artists of the François Sommer Foundation, on which the museum of hunting and nature depends.
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