Hygge Secret - Artistic performance in collaboration with the MEG

Hygge Secret - Artistic performance in collaboration with the MEG

Following Julie Semoroz, Cédric Gagneur and Cerise Rossier’s residency at Flux Laboratory, Fluxum Foundation is pleased to present in collaboration with the Ethnographic Museum of Geneva (MEG) a selected piece of their We Need Space project. The project is co-produced by the Motonomy Association and the Grütli, production and distribution centre for the living arts, and will be presented from March 28th to April 7th, 2019 at Grütli.

Additionally, two 2-hour performances around the Secret Hygge will take place on Saturday February 2nd at MEG.

Secret Hygge questions one’s relationship to his own time, while making forgotten secrets resurface. New horizons are revealed through an intimate artistic proposition. You will be embarked on a journey to look for the secret, where several experiments will offer you a the opportunity to think - a welcome encounter in our post-industrial consumer society.

Design & Music: Julie Semoroz
Dancer choreographer: Cédric Gagneur
Actress: Cerise Rossier

Ethnographic Museum of Geneva - MEG
Saturday, February 2nd 2019

First performance: from 1pm to 3pm

Second performance: from 4pm to 6pm

CHF 12 / 8

From 12 years

Tickets:  online or at MEG reception

Limited seating