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Entrée libre, sur réservation préalable – Ouvert tous les jours, sauf le mardi, de 11h à 18h

Visites guidées tous les dimanches à 14h (gratuit, sur réservation)

Stairways tour

Let’s explore digital culture !

Each summer, Le Tetris – the main contemporary music venue in Le Havre – sets music aside for a while to become the digital arts and culture hotspot in Normandy thanks to a major exhibition, as well as workshops and meetings.

For the fourth edition of Exhibit!, Le Tetris is joining forces with Espace Multimédia Gantner (Belfort) for a group exhibition entitled Quitter la Gravité*, designed as an invitation to lightness in these troubled times.

The artists of this exhibition question the notions of gravity and of invisibility – both literally and figuratively – with poetic and playful proposals. A light-hearted moment to escape from the heaviness of everyday life.

With the participation of : Jingfang Hao, Marie Lienhard, Silvi Simon, Tabita Rezaire, Cécile Babiole, Christina Kubisch, Vivian Caccuri, Linda Sanchez, Claudia Maté, Félicie D'estienne d'Orves, and Laurie Anderson.

Women artists whose works play with the senses and the elements : the strength of Marie Lienhard's Limbo, the lightness of the maple seeds of Jingfang Hao's Falling and Revolving installation, and the invisible relationship between hearing and sight of Christina Kubisch's electromagnetic Cloud.

After a year spent in a suspended time, Exhibit invites visitors to escape through its virtual reality area. Escape into space on board the Logics of Gold balloon or into a forest of letters and words with Chalkroom.

Exhibit! also offers to go beyond the digital borders, with its fablab, workshops, guided tours, and conferences open to all.

Exhibit! is sponsored by the Normandy Region, Un Été Au Havre, Le Havre Seine Métropole, DRAC Normandie, and the City of Le Havre.

* Escaping from Gravity

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The digital arts and culture summer event in Normandy

From 26th June to 5th September 2021

55, rue du 329e régiment d’Infanterie

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