press release

Isn’t it about time to stop the doomsaying? To turn towards a creative—rather than a castrating—ecology? To shake free from fear-mongering and to imagine new possibilities? Jubilant invention and dreams are in urgent demand.

A proposition that is somewhere between popular and scientific knowledge, between collective practice and works of art. This is another way of thinking about exhibition, because we must urgently multiply and reverse the points of view in order to see beyond the horizon!

The tidings of the Meteor are tangled, unpredictable, and in turmoil. The works featured in this exhibition are, by extension, also open, mobile, and plural. A number of them are reprisals, interpretations, reinventions, and they break with the postulates of unity and veracity… This is an opportunity to welcome all amateurs of the clouds.

Let’s infuse our imaginations with the sensations of the wind, the snow, and the aridity of the desert!

- A. Aycock, A. Barrios, I. Bonillas, L. Camnitzer, J. Chicago, A. Delrez, L. Echakhch, M. Vanden Eynde, P. de Fenoyl, Y. Friedman, D. Ghesquière, L. Ghirri, J. Grossmann, J. Hilliard, J. Jonas, Z. Kosek, M. Laet, B & M. Leisgen, J. Luzoir, R. L. Misrach, F. Nakaya, K. Paterson, G. Pettena, J. Pfahl, R. Signer, R. Zaugg.