[Concept Ceramics] Nadia de Bernardi and Béatrice Albert
[Sound composition] Vincent Hulot
[Scenography] Ikse Maître
[Digital development] Tim Schneider
[Mediation] Bruno Freyssinet
Magnified, kneaded, sculpted, heated, thirty ceramic pollen grains are suspended in equilibrium in the air. They subsume the structural and functional richness still present in nature. Experienced in a soundscape, while the air is blowing and the images they capture are being projected, they let us grasp a simple or complex beauty that is intended for the production of the living. Thus, it is with their heads in the air that curious passers-by discover these grains, raw and structured in the daylight, textured and enriched at night time. Every grain of pollen tells a story. One self, ours.
First experimentations for the Fête de la nature : Pollens hanged on cedars and sound projections