André Chapatte & Jot Fau | For Those Who Do Not Sleep

With : Jot Fau, André Chapatte, Sophie Melis et Lucas Roman

Exhibition | 20th June to 11th July 2020

Opening :
Saturday 20 June | 19:00 – 22:00
Sunday 21June | 17:00 – 20:00

Finissage :
Thursday 9 July | 17:00 – 22:00

Through the vitrine :
Tuesday 23, 30 June & 7 July | 17:00 – 20:00
Saturday 27 June & 4 July | 16:00 – 19:00

© For Those Who Do Not Sleep, Jot Fau

” We are happy to invite colleagues, friends and strangers to pass by Cunst-link’s front window, to notice the presence of For Those Who Do Not Sleep, a performative presentation that will take the shape of a sewing atelier. Throughout the coming weeks, we will present moments of production activation. The care of Jot Fau, André Chapatte, Sophie Melis and Lucas Roman will allow your gaze to be placed on the tools, materials and gestures that constitute an activity that may be described as artisanal. Something which has become rare in our city centers since the end of the 20th century. “

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Nous invitons collègues, camarades et inconnu.e.x.s à venir passer devant la vitrine de Cunst-link pour remarquer la présence de Pour Ceux Qui Ne Dorment Pas, une présentation performative qui prend la forme d’un atelier de couture. Au cours des semaines à venir, nous allons mettre en place des moments d’activation de production. Les soins de Jot Fau, André Chapatte, Sophie Melis et Lucas Roman vous permettront de poser votre regard sur les outils, les matières et les gestes qui constituent un travail qui pourrait être décrit comme artisanal, et qui est devenu rare dans nos centres-villes depuis la fin du 20ième siècle.

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