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Palais de Tokyo is presenting Anne Le Troter’s first solo show in an art centre in the Paris region.

In a piece echoing current political events, and the role played by opinion polls, Anne Le Troter takes apart the poetic distortions produced by telephone interviewers. On both the floor and the airwaves, in a sound piece conceived like an opera, the artist deploys a cartography of this highly codified world.

 

Curator: Claire Moulène

Exhibition

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From 03/02/2017 to 08/05/2017

Open every day except Tuesdays, from noon until midnight.

There's only 9 days left to visit the exhibition

“The propositions I devise are fixed, stable and balanced, so that speech can find a place there. Even though I don’t use the same codes, what I want to attract is the same attentiveness that is demanded in a cinema.” Anne Le Troter

Interview by Caroline Engel, La belle revue, 2016
Anne Le Troter

Anne Le Troter (born in 1985 in Saint Etienne, lives in Paris, France) is a graduate of HEAD, Geneva (2012), and ESAD, Saint-Etienne (2011). Her first solo shows were held at the Arnaud Deschin Gallery (Paris, 2016), BF15 (Lyon, 2015), Espace Crosnier (Geneva, 2015) and Espace Quark (Geneva, 2014). She has also taken part in a large number of group shows, including “In & Out”, at La Villa du Parc, Annemasse (2016), “RUN RUN RUN”, at La Station and La Villa Arson, Nice (2016), the 60th Salon de Montrouge (2015), “The Generic Way”, Zabriskie Point, Geneva (2015), “Diversi Muri - un omaggio a N.O.F.4”, at the Istituto Svizzero di Roma (2015), “Le pas funambule”, at the Galerie Piano Nobile, Geneva (2013) or else “Une exposition à être lue, Volume 2”, at LiveInYourHead, Geneva (2011). She was awarded the Grand Prix at the 61st Salon de Montrouge (2016) and Swiss Art Awards 2013.