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Ouverture de l’exposition Terre Natale, Ailleurs commence ici

Native Land, Stop Eject 21 nov. 2008 › 15 mars 2009
“Raymond Depardon and I are both concerned with the same question: what is left of the world, of native lands, of the history of the only habitable planet today?”
Paul Virilio
While the world has reached a critical moment in its history, where the environment conditions what humans do and what they will become, the exhibition Native Land, Stop Eject proposes a reflection on the notions of being rooted and uprooted, as well as related questions of identity.

Whereas Raymond Depardon gives a voice to those who wish to live on their land but are threatened with exile, Paul Virilio examines and challenges the very idea of sedentariness in the face of the unprecedented migrations confronting the contemporary world.

On the occasion of the exhibition Terre Natale, the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain offers on Saturday, November 22 at 3 p.m. an encounter with Raymond Depardon as well as a signature of the books published for the exhibition Round the World,Conversation between Raymond Depardon and Paul Virlio Moderator: Stéphane Paoli, France Inter
Going back on our tracks, travelling round the world in the era of globalisation… Tomorrow, if we’re not careful, our destination could well be the same as our starting point!

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