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Pauline Julier - Meadow

Cultural, Exhibition in Lourtier
  • In thirty double-sided large format images, Pauline Julier takes us on a journey from the lithium ponds of the Atacama Desert, training ground for NASA rovers, to the equally arid surface of planet Mars.

  • This year, the summer exhibition traditionally held at the Mauvoisin dam has instead been moved to Fionnay for reasons of accessibility. The location, the perimeter of a reservoir for energy production, is, however, in keeping with the Meadow project, a title inspired by the cult book by James Galvin. In thirty double-sided large format images, Pauline Julier takes us on a journey from the lithium ponds of the Atacama Desert, training ground for NASA rovers, to the equally arid surface of...
    This year, the summer exhibition traditionally held at the Mauvoisin dam has instead been moved to Fionnay for reasons of accessibility. The location, the perimeter of a reservoir for energy production, is, however, in keeping with the Meadow project, a title inspired by the cult book by James Galvin. In thirty double-sided large format images, Pauline Julier takes us on a journey from the lithium ponds of the Atacama Desert, training ground for NASA rovers, to the equally arid surface of planet Mars, where humans are looking for water in the futile hope, for some, of living there one day.

    The artist and producer, Pauline Julier, explores the relationships that man has created with his environment through stories, rituals, knowledge and images. Her films and installations are composed of elements of various origins – documentary, theoretical and fictional – to depict the complexity of our relationship with the world.

    Studio photographer: Magali Dougados / Studio: Local F11 Studio - Sandra Pointet /
    Large format prints: Studio Bonnardot, Sion

    Curator: Jean-Paul Felley, Director of the EDHEA, Valais School of Art
Schedules
Schedules
  • From July 25, 2022 until October 9, 2022
    Opened Everyday
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