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With its new retrospective, the Pavillon de l’Eau explores the devices conceived by the designer Isabelle Daëron, in order to make the city greener and more sustainable. In 2009, she started searching for a way to better connect the networks which supply energy, water and heat to the environment. Behind “Topique, eau non potable” hides […]
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Until next May 8th, the Palais de Tokyo welcomes one of the maddest contemporary artists of his generation: Abraham Poincheval. Through solitary performances, settled in an oversized bottle which ascended the Rhône for instance, he pushes back his mental and physical limits. Through his constantly spectacular works, he studies notions of confinement, life in autarky […]
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