Grosse kleine Welt, 2013 / Interférences et variations, 2011

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Grosse kleine Welt, 2013, Marie José Burki

“Grosse kleine Welt”, which takes its title from a novel by Robert Walser, turns its gaze on a region and a town that Walser often observed and contemplated. “Grosse kleine Welt” presents a portrait of the author through present-day walks among the images and landscapes found in this part of the world. The images from this journey are accompanied by two short texts by Walser, “Die Vaterstadt” and “Der Mond”.
“Interférences et variations” calls into question our ways of seeing and listening; the image and its transmission are examined in a dialogue that is sometimes absurd, sometimes melancholy, sometimes aggressive.

“Grosse kleine Welt”, French version: 12h I 14h I 16h - German version: 11h I 13h I 15h I 17h.
“Interférences et variations”, (French only) follows the projection „Grosse kleine Welt“.

Artiste pluridisciplinaire, Marie José Burki (1961, Bienne) vit à Bruxelles et Paris. Diplômée simultanément de la Haute Ecole d’art et de design et de l’Université de Genève en 1988, elle a à son actif nombre d’expositions personnelles et collectives dont la dernière au Théâtre de Liège ce printemps 2014.

www.mjburki.be

The sound guides the gaze

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