Saturday 6th June, 2015, 11 am - 10 pm

Jeu de Paume, Paris
Le Crédac, Ivry-sur-Seine
Les Laboratoires d'Aubervilliers, Aubervilliers


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Full price for the day + dinner 11 am - 10 pm: 15€ (reduced price: 10 €)
Full price for the day 11 am - 8 pm: 7€ (reduced price: 4 €)
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The day begins at Jeu de Paume with an exceptional projection of Time Is Working Around Rotterdam (2006, 25') by Valérie Jouve with whom you can discuss about her exhibition Corps en résistance. You can also discover the retrospective that the Jeu de Paume devoted to the work of the photographer Germaine Krull and the proposal of the young Cambodian artist Khvay Samnang, part of the program Satellite.


The route continues at the Crédac with a guided tour of Delphine Coindet’s exhibition “Modes & Usages de l'art” by Claire Le Restif which revolves around works by the artist CIRVA (International Agency for Research on Glass and Plastic Arts) in Marseille.

Last but not least, the third edition of “Le Printemps des Laboratoires : Performing Opposition”, at Les Laboratoires d'Aubervilliers invite you to participate in a discursive and performative display exploring the strategies of art and theater actively participating in the contemporary political life. Dinner is proposed at Les Laboratoires d'Aubervilliers with all the artists and participants, in the limit of available places.

This year, guests accompany us through interventions where texts, performances and sensory experiences mingle. They each carry a subjective look on the proposed journeys and on the stories of territories.

Artist, choreographer and author, Barbara Manzetti (with Tanguy Nédélec and Barbara Coffy) invests 11 journeys with texts, the outcome of a true pilgrimage: five weeks in the 32 places of Hospitalités 2015. A presence between print and performance, will accompany visitors throughout the journey.

The team of Code 2.0 magazine (Laetitia Chauvin & Clement Dirié) proposes as an alternative to print media a voicemail (, dial 1 for the Pink Line) that allows access, from one’s phone, to 6 sound creations that draw the portrait of each route, in a style between journalism and sound design.