Mémoire de l’Avenir: World Philosophy Day

Mémoire de l’Avenir – Humanities, Arts and Society, at the invitation of UNESCO World Philosophy Day, proposes to reflect on the theme of Ethics and Aesthetics as one in Images and in the Arts. 
First Mémoire de l’Avenir invited artists and photographers from the exhibition Beyond the Frame: image in action, alongside curators and scholars, to discuss the roles of images within today’s global society and their power of action. L’AiR ARTS, a partner of the exhibition, also presents a performance by the artist Hiie Saumaa, animating the artworks and the gallery space with movement. 
To go further on the subject Mémoire de l’Avenir proposes a reflection on the power of the image (Aurore Nerrinck) and on photography and creativity (Margalit Berriet). 
Then this inquiry is extended with the relation between image and body language through dance. SOMNIA is a video performance project by the choreographer Charlotte Colmant in collaboration with Raul Zbengheci. In this artwork, the Body and the video are connected to form a visual and sound landscape. SOMNIA is a reflection on the body, on the mind and about encounters in general, within a world where individualism schemes patterns are growing, conditioned by digital technologies.

Discover the full programme here: http://memoire-a-venir.org/imageinactionwpd2020_en.html