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'Manifesto for Invisible Cities' at the Festival 'Image de Ville' (Aix)

Phantom - dimanche 14 octobre 2012

Unfortunately, we will not be able to see the five installations of Manifeste pour des Villes invisibles (Manifesto for Invisible Cities) at the Festival Image de Ville in Aix-en-Provence this year. Another time, perhaps. But a good consolation prize is offered to the festival audience with the screenings on Saturday, November 10 at the Vasarély Foundation of three of the films from the progam created by Olivier Marboeuf for the 2010-2011 season at the Espace Khiasma (Les Lilas): Christian Barani’s My Dubaï Life, Sabine Massenet’s Image Trouvée and Till Roeskens and Marie Bouts’ Un Archipel.

About ‘Manifeste pour des villes invisibles’.
Initially scheduled for the Seine-Saint-Denis contemporary art biennial, ‘Art Grandeur Nature 2010′, “Manifesto for Invisible Cities” was finally changed into a season of visual arts at the Espace Khiasma in 2010 and 2011. What does our perception of the city owe to images? This manifesto is a critical enterprise where the image is both the subject and the tool for exploration. Behind the power of a visual regime imposed by the era of cultural capitalism, what city are we building for this new century? The invisible cities of this manifesto are probably more fragile and diffuse; they are made of narratives and encounters where the uses of urban spaces are invented every day. We can only find them at the price of time spent becoming lost, searching for our way without a map. Learn about the program on the blog: www.manifeste-invisible.com



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