In residency: Caroline Tapernoux & Co Company
An attempt to capture the present moment in its singularity and ephemerality through suggestive and subtle evocations; such is perhaps the definition of a haïku. Inspired by this laconic form of Japanese poetry, the collective brought together by artist Caroline Tapernoux and made of Aurelia Peixoto, Dante Pannetier and Jean-Pierre Michel convenes for the first time at Flux Laboratory around the project "Haïku Luminances".
This project is rooted in Haïku’s very specific precepts, which stem from structured codes and rythms to lead to a written object evoking an emotion, a vision. In this same perspective, “Haïku Luminances” will take the form of a movement initiation accompanied by a sound amplification of Caroline Tapernoux’s Luminances - light installations developed and presented by the artist around Switzerland, France, China and South Korea.
Together the glow
Gestural reminiscence –
The note reveals