Michel Blazy
Lignes de fuite, Centre international d'art et du paysage
July 10 - November 6, 2022
Michel Blazy, Tapis d’accueil, 2021. Dimensions variables. Corde coco, eau, plantes, boîte de conserve © ADAGP/Michel Blazy. Courtesy Art : Concept

Michel Blazy (France), Mohamed Bourouissa (France), Zac Langdon-Pole (New-Zealand), Richard Long (UK),* Isa Melsheimer (Germany), Nadia Myre (Canada), Mathieu Pernot (France), Clément Villiers (France), Lois Weinberger (Austria)

Lines of Flight is a collective exhibition around ideas of movement across territorial and political boundaries. Drawing together natural and anthropogenic processes, the works on view question notions of native and non-native species, climate change, and voluntary and involuntary migrations. From 19th-century scientific expeditions that facilitated imperial expansion, to the transnational movement of plants, to the passage of migrants through territories, the exhibition proposes a series of encounters between plants, animals and humans in all our varied states of restlessness.