Force of the Sweeping Dune by Sarah Trouche

The performance poses the primordial relationship human society has with Mother Nature. It highlights the notion of living things and how we relate to Nature with a capital N. Ultimately, you become an ecological and eco-sensitive body and there’s a reflection around eco-feminism, the ancient global concept of the green woman. Within the monumental landscape, we are connected to and humbled by the sediments and strata of natural force: ground, wind and light.

Sarah Trouche’s is a French visual artist whose work revolves around her many journeys and expeditions, bringing her in contact with a vast array of communities, from micro-societies to globalized metropolises. Her critical scrutiny reveals the growing anomalies, ambiguities, and social and political contradictions that underlie the places she’s visiting.

In Front of Indigo World
Where
Indigo World
Time
15:45-16:45,
Dec 15
Where
Indigo World
Time
17:00-18:00,
Dec 16
Where
Indigo World
Time
17:00-18:00,
Dec 17

The performance poses the primordial relationship human society has with Mother Nature. It highlights the notion of living things and how we relate to Nature with a capital N. Ultimately, you become an ecological and eco-sensitive body and there’s a reflection around eco-feminism, the ancient global concept of the green woman. Within the monumental landscape, we are connected to and humbled by the sediments and strata of natural force: ground, wind and light.

Sarah Trouche’s is a French visual artist whose work revolves around her many journeys and expeditions, bringing her in contact with a vast array of communities, from micro-societies to globalized metropolises. Her critical scrutiny reveals the growing anomalies, ambiguities, and social and political contradictions that underlie the places she’s visiting.