Project realised by Atelier Anette Lenz.
Graphic Identity, Textile Design, Scenography, Signage, Animation
“The exhibition La voix libérée – Poésie sonore, conceived by Eric Mangion and Patrizio Peterlini in co-production with the Bonotto Foundation, offers, without nostalgia, a pathway between voices of the past and those of the present. It immerges us directly and immersively into the words of these artists who still use words and sounds as an exercise of freedom. […] As a result of more than one year of research, the exhibition is conceived as a device that crosses sound poetry, in a non-exhaustive way, from the end of the Second World War to contemporary developments. Voluntarily trans-historical and international with nearly thirty countries represented on five continents, this exhibition is designed as a listening point, a transmitter that produces a frequency spreading outside the walls of the Palais de Tokyo. Firstly through an app that allows you to carry freely the sound program of the exhibition, but also as a multitude of places, radios or magazines that will extend this experience of sound poetry throughout the spring of 2019.”
– Éric Mangion, 2019
Commissioners: Eric Mangion and Patrizio Peterlini
Curatorial coordination: Claire Moulène
Artistic creation and graphic design: Anette Lenz