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Contemporary art: “Voix Traversées”, an immersive and polyphonic journey

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Anne-Lou Vicente and Raphaël Brunel, curator of the Voix Traversées exhibition.

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From speech to song, through crying or silence

 ", the different facets of the voice are discussed in an exhibition, visible at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Villeurbanne, on the outskirts of Lyon, until July 31. 2022.

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She dissects the voice as a physical, cultural, political, technological mechanism, as a verbal or non-verbal means of communication, transmission, emancipation, but she also reveals silence as an act of resistance. 

Guests:

Raphaël Brunel

and

Anne-Lou Vicente

, curators of the exhibition "Des Voix Traversées" which takes place until July 31, 2022 at the

Institut d'art contemporain de Villeurbanne.

► And the Chronicle 

of Lucie Bouteloup: "

 Way of speaking" 

on words of the genre.

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