28 June - 11 August
12H00 - 19H00
Euclid is a European Space Agency (ESA) space telescope, scheduled to launch in 2021. Its observations should help determine the origins of the acceleration of the universe’s expansion and the nature of its source, also called dark energy. During her stay at the LAM, Caroline Corbasson was struck by the laboratory’s decor and explored her surroundings by focusing on its singularity. She collected technical materials, data, documents, films, photographs and sounds, paying attention to the accurate and meticulous experiments that took place in the laboratory and man’s fragile but determined role in this great quest. This “journey before the journey” takes the form of a short film and an installation displayed at the Frac Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur.
Exhibition curator: Pascal Neveux.
12pm – 7am from Wednesday to Saturday / 2pm – 6pm on Sundays
Exhibition accessible on presentation of the Rencontres d’Arles 2019 pass.