ln this exhibition, Erwan Maho and Isabelle Artuis create an in situ environment in which sculptures and photographs are meshed, multiplied, and added, while remaining divisible. Like abstract landscapes, this body of work has a metaphysical dimension. Echoing Mathématiques, Résonances presents recent works by five Fribourg artists. From sculpture to photography, from drawing to painting to video, this show features a variety of media and techniques. Between artifice and reality, the artists play with perception to highlight sensitive aspects of life that resound like a landscape composed of fractals.