Le travail multiforme de Christian Noirfalise propose une réflexion sur l’architecture, l’urbanisme et la paysage. Toujours ancré dans la réalité, il crée des fictions qui parlent de la mémoire des lieux, du paysage contemporain en y apportant son humour et de nouvelles perspectives et trajectoires. . Pour son projet « PERSPECTIVE », Christian Noirfalise réalise une maquette d’une architecture en bois selon une méthode « trial and error », en pratiquant au fur et à mesure des corrections, sans la nécessité de plans sur papier.




“Surveying” is a contemporary art exhibition aiming to bring artists together around a reflection on architecture. These artists express their thoughts in an either philosophical or plastic way, without any feasibility constraints. Whereas architecture sets measurement rules, imposes political, social and planning constraints, artists have an infinite world of possibilities at their disposal. They start from scratch in order to build, create or synchronise their vision. They provide it with a means to read it, which is at times tangible, utopian, or poetic. “Surveying” proposes to look at architecture in a different light by offering the viewer the opportunity to grasp the artwork resulting from this interaction.The exhibition features artworks using various media. Video, painting, performing arts, drawing, sculpture and photography are the paths of dialogue chosen by these artists. 


Joachim Devillé, Gauthier Hubert, Renato Nicolodi, Cédric Noël, Christian Noirfalise, Johanna Weissenrieder.


25 April t 04 May
Preview and welcome drink Friday 25 April from 6 to 10 pm


 Video fragment : the red spot of the history of photography : 15min