This installation, whose title refers to the work of Cornelius Castoriadis, is about question of landscapes as a living cultural heritage. Designed to answer the problematic of the islands, this artistic project composes with the different perspectives around, like a space experiment and makes it possible to appreciate the situation of the Museum in all directions and senses
The visual artist and landscape worker Laetitia Carlotti, commissioned by arterra, cultivates this space creating a maze maze from a variety of locally adapted grains, mixed with South American varieties that are reminiscent of the geographical origin of this cereal. For this occasion squash and beans are invited to the table for their beneficial association, known as the three sisters (las very hermanas).
The patterns are derived from the creation of a terrain-modified QR code to create this labyrinth. This process illustrates the contradictory realities of space development dynamics.
The work of art does not lie in an unique object but is an approach that generates multiple achievements, ramifications of this mutualist project. It establishes a dialogue between the outdoor and indoor spaces of the museum through an indoor video animation that updates and records the evolution of the outdoor installation in time through its events.
This video animation is made by Mobiüs’s band, whose work is then in agreement with giving back a invisible temporal dimension through the construction of a visual device.
As part of the Heritage Days, the collective stages a reception area that allows access to different dimensions of the space:vidéo