| What are the questions about life that you asked yourself as a child?
We have all been children, amazed, astonished, surprised, dazed by the world, the people, the entourage. The look of a child sometimes questions the world, people, society, in a curious, incongruous, disconcerting way.
These questions, when considered attentively, carry with them the quintessence of life, of the living.
And you, do you remember your childhood questions?
Saturday, October 5th at 2 p.m., meet with Soufïa Bensaïd at D'Arts et de rêves residence, 57 Principale Nord, Sutton
Come and exchange with this interdisciplinary artist and even share your questions for her project Existential questions asked as a child.
Soufïa Bensaïd was lucky enough to cross and live in multiple cultures, societies and professional environments between Tunisia were she was born, France where she studied and Canada where she now lives. This path allowed her to live a transformational identity, and question the perception gaps and the foundation of oneness and existence.
Her art practice is interdisciplinary. It uses what comes to it to achieve a research, face a question, encounter what is here. To receive the present. It is at the intersection of performance art, site specific action, installation, writing, drawing, movement, relational esthetic, participatory projects. Being in relation/in relationship to is the foundation of her work. The relationship between oneself and another offers a field of presence, of consciousness, that facilitates such transmissions. Influenced by a scientific and communication background, she offers through her artwork experiences that question the subjectivity of each one’s perception.
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