Bruno Latour & Frédérique Aït-Touati Trilogie terrestre (Inside / Moving Earths / Viral)

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Trilogie terrestre - Bruno Latour & Frédérique Aït-Touati
The late philosopher Bruno Latour, a leading figure of philosophical anthropology and director Frédérique Aït-Touati have used the stage as a place for scenic and philosophical experimentations. This show includes three talks/performances focused on the Anthropocene. We come away with a wider understanding of living things. See program




  • 19h30
  • 17h00
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    49 €
    Under 30
    21 €
    Job seeker
    24 €
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    14 €
Session translated into French sign language
Screening with audio description
Meet the artists after the show.
School session
Session with adapted subtitle

In 2016, Bruno Latour and Frédérique Aït-Touati initiated a trilogy aimed at challenging our relationship to our terrestrial environment. The late philosopher, a foremost thinker of the Anthropocene, dedicated himself to examining the ways we inhabit the ecosystems. Aït-Touati is a director as well as a literature and science historian. The Trilogie Terrestre follows through on a dozen years of study, “scenic essays” and philosophical experimentations between the two friends. This unconventional trilogy includes two performance pieces/talks, Inside (2016), which encourages us to change our outlook on the earth through alternative representations, Moving Earth (2019), which interrogates our experiences of the moving earth, and Viral (2020), which looks at contagion as a process central to the formation of our world. In this shifting ensemble, the main issues emerge from the form, making aesthetics a medium for discussing the place of humans in the world.  

À Chaillot, Frédérique Aït-Touati s’interroge sur comment habiter la Terre. Jean-Marie Durand, Les Inrockuptibles

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