Maria Clara Villa Lobos, always careful to analyze the consumer society, devotes her latest and provocative creation, warmly cheered at the Avignon Festival, to the food industry that treats animals as objects for food consumption to be packed quickly and in series. A strong and brave critique, an ironic and biting viewpoint that helps to reflect upon the value of what we eat. The audience is projected into the processing rooms of a poultry company on the tune of the Rite of Spring by Stravinsky ...
The black and white photographs of the faces and the stories captured by Anders Pertersen in the historic Lehmitz Café in Hamburg during the '70s and representing a wild and sublime humanity ostentatiously posing before the camera and at the same time plunging in its own solitude, are the cue of Pleurage et Scintillement: a nostalgic and crazy raid into fragile fragments of life on the borderline between the desire to appear and the search for intimacy. Julia Christ and Jean-Baptiste André depict ...