#2 A quiet digest

Video: Fronte Violeta

a multisensory evening with
Anne-Catherine Devaud
Evelyne Jaquet
Fhunyue Gao
Fronte Violeta presents infinite becoming

The second evening offers a more intimate and meditative encounter with the artists and chefs.

From 19H00
Bar and buffet
Plantes voisines food experience
For this second autumn evening, Anne-Catherine Devaud and Evelyne Jaquet will be on hand to introduce us to dishes based on hand-picked local seasonal plants.

Fhunyue Gao
Fhunyue Gao has been working with multidisciplinary methods in the performing arts since 2010..rom dance to music, film, cooking, theater and cultural events. Musically, she stands at the crossroads of experimental electronic production, strange pop and spoken word. Theremin and buchla synthesizer have long been her trusted companions. Among her many projects, the artist has been or is recently involved in: the RobinRobin company with Annalena Fröhlich; the musical duo Gao Kacirek and Junee; Bongo Joe. She received the Zürcher Filmpreis 2022 for her role in Nora Longatti’s short film Chute.

Fronte Violeta presents infinite becoming
infinite becoming studies hearing and smell as senses in contact with the invisible that stimulate us in a very instantaneous and instinctive way. Fronte Violeta is a duo formed in São Paulo (Brazil) by multidisciplinary artist Anelena Toku and musician and sound artist Carla Boregas. Since 2015, they have been developing a study of sound linked to other senses and languages, guided by an ongoing interest in restoring and awakening sensitivity through a dialogue with the natural world.

Food experience + concerts : 20.– / Support: 50.–
Friends of Friart evening by reservation
RSVP: info@friart.ch

Over the course of three choreographed evenings, Friart will give the floor to artists, cooks and musicians whose practices converge around sensitivities to landscape and degrowth perspectives.

To accompany this expanded vision of the arts, the exhibition space of the Petites-Rames 22 industrial building will reveal traces of its history, from the cardboard factory (1896 –1936) to a shelter for the most destitute (1936 –1989). The Kunsthalle invites you to engage in a deeper time that dissolves the boundaries of consumption.