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Day by day program / June, 2010



Reading and Films

The Science-Arts-Society Meridian crosses through the Géode in Paris with the words of the French philosopher, man of letters, and humanist, Michel Serres.

Who better than the author of the Hermès books to survey the longitude that connects two poles, artistic and scientific, and to imagine the dimensions of an inhabitable space where invention and imagination meet? This reading by Michel Serres blends with the screening of short films: Vox Humana 2.0 and Mutations of matter integrating electronics in a virtual 3D space.

  • Reading by Michel Serres
  • Mutations of matter Film by Roque Rivas & Carlos Franklin
    (France, 2008, 15')
  • Vox Humana 2.0 Film by Hyun-Hwa Cho & Raphaël Thibault
    (France, 2009, 14')

Mutations of matter © Carlos Franklin

An IRCAM-Centre Pompidou, Le Fresnoy, studio national des arts contemporains, universcience, La Géode (as a part of the 25th anniversary of the Géode) production. With the support of the Conseil de la création artistique.

Photo: Mutations of matter © Carlos Franklin

Tuesday, June 8, 2010, 8pm / La Géode