Terra Infirma exhibition
Terra Infirma: Exploring Fragility and Resilience in Landscapes and Architecture, is a powerful art exhibition that draws inspiration from the themes explored in Laura Bonnefous' FAILLES and KILAMBA series.
The exhibition takes the viewer on a journey through the fragility and resilience of the relationships between humans and the environments they inhabit. It explores the tenuous balance between the power of nature and the creativity of human intervention in landscapes and architecture.
From Bonnefous' powerful exploration of the volcanic regions of Kyushu to her deep dive into the atypical city of Kilamba in Angola, the exhibition presents a dialogue between human and environmental forces. The series depicts the intricate linkages between people and their surroundings, as well as the tensions and disorientations that arise when these relationships become strained.
Terra Infirma is an exhibition that aims to highlight the complexity of our relationship with the environment. Through the use of color, shape, and light, the exhibition creates a sensory experience for the viewer. The works are carefully curated to evoke emotions of awe, wonder, and even disorientation, forcing the viewer to question their own place in the world.
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