10 rue Ramponeau – 75020 Paris
Friday October 12 / 11am – 7pm
Saturday October 13 / 11am – 7pm
Sunday October 14 / 12 – 6pm
+33 (0)1 44 54 08 90
Carlotta Bailly-Borg, Jesse Darling, Jannis Marwitz, Alexandra Noel, Katja Novitskova, Walter Pfeiffer, George Rouy
In Metamorphoses by Ovide, shapes, bodies and things become confused through transformation. Either punishment or strategy, it is the symbol of a world where boundaries between subject and object, human and non-human, are unstable and porous. The body is the key to interpretation of human condition, and its multiple metamorphoses are symbols questioning the permanence of gender, conditions of subjectivity, sexuality and violence.