The public is invited to travel through several areas of the Friche Belle de Mai: a sensitive human poetinerary within areas of the Friche divided into several districts (of the moon and the fight).

Halbdicheiten/Splitsonalities - Ralph Kuhne (Switzerland)
Halbdicheiten/Splitsonalities – Ralph Kuhne (Switzerland)

Exposed districts (five districts) welcome the video installations by Dominik Barbier (Fr), Taysir Batniji (Palestine), Nisrine Boukhari (Syria), Robert Cahen (Fr), Samar Elbarawy (Egypt), Mounir Fatmi (Morocco), Fred Forest (Fr), Jean-François Guiton (Germany), Catherine Ikam and Louis Fléri (Fr), Haleh Jamali (Iran), Fernando Lancellotti (Argentina), Pierre Lobstein (Fr), Raeda Saadeh (Palestine), Kentaro Taki (Japan), Bill Viola (USA), Max Philippe Schmidt (Switzerland), Toni Mestrovic (Croatia), Kacha Legrand (Fr), Sophie Urbani (Fr), Richard Skryzak (Fr), Marianne Strapatsakis (Greece), Rocchus Aust (Germany), Roland Baladi (Fr), Michele Sambin (Italy), Jean-Pierre Senelier (Fr).(From November 7th to 30th – Opening 7 at 5.30)

The historic district where to visit the “anarchives of memory from here and elsewhere, from yesterday and now” : works by Thierry Kuntzel (Fr), Chris Marker (Fr), portals GAMA and 24/25 : access to 28 European video and multimedia archives (France, Netherlands, Sweden, Slovenia, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic) : historical documents, references and links, works of arts (or extracts)

The district of hybrid emigrations to discover “Terrhistories of videos arts, plural and singular”: consultation of international video programs, historic and recent ones: Algeria, Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Equator, France, Greece, Guatemala, Iran, Island, India, Kirghizstan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Peru, Quebec, Switzerland… (From November 8th to 17th)

The district under the baobab tree with its “garden of the theories, sensibilities and practices ” where every day artists, critics, curators will discuss with the audience about the issues of archiving, broadcasting, video arts origins, television, artistic exchanges in Mediterranean. (From November 8th to 11th)

The district free of Rights : intersection cosmopoetic where meet artists and public non-aligned on the market criteria. Video screenings. International encounters. Performances by Rocchus Aust (Germany), Fatima Miranda (Spain), Pascal Lièvre (France), Masayuki Kawai (Japan), Michele Sambin (Italie), Nisrine Boukhari (Syrie), Guido’Lu (Belgium). (From November 7th to 11th)

(Traduction Emmanuel Trime)