Pamina de Coulon (CH)
FIRE OF EMOTIONS: PALM PARK RUINS
- G Hearing loops
- E Partially-sighted spectators welcome
- H Représentation Relax
- B Accessible to persons with reduced mobility
After a journey through the cosmos (GENESIS) and deep dive into the ocean (THE ABYSS), Pamina de Coulon’s new spoken essay returns to earth, specifically to the garden. Still as voluble, unfurling her thoughts in a protean and horizontal manner, in PALM PARK RUINS the artist looks at how we can regain control over our means of subsistence, and more globally over the urgencies or desires that shape the way we inhabit our lives. Radically and without nostalgia, she offers up a thought process on the environment that is freed from romanticism and fed with non-guilt inducing ecology, all while grappling with the MEGA-MACHINE and the GRRRREAT MIXTURE. Oh and there are snakes too, and slugs.