• Visual arts
    • Tuesday 5 October 2021, 18:00 to Monday 29 November 2021, 20:00


  1. Free entrance

(Image : excerpt from Florence Lazar's documentary film "Tu crois que la terre est chose morte", France 2019 - 70 min - Français, Créole)

Vernissage : Tuesday 5 October 2021, 18:00, followed by an apéritif at 18:30
Exhibition: from Tuesday 5 October to Monday 29 November 2021. Open to the public from 18:00 upon registration at


Ecolint students in collaboration with an independent curator, as part of the project Ecoart : A Curatorial Project (learn more - in French only) 


Gaspard and Sandra Bébié-Valérian | Véronique Caye | Chu Teh-Chun | Gilles Dusabe | Catherine Grimm | Barthélémy Grossmann | Florence Lazar | Frederik Peeters | Momar Seck | Raissa Sue Kang | Yan Zoritchak.

In partnership with:

  • Fondation CHU Teh-Chun
  • Centre d'art contemporain
  • Mamco

Draw the Line is Ecoart - Curatorial Project's fourth exhibition. This project allows Ecolint students to discover the profession of exhibition curator with the help of a specialist in the field. From chosing the artwork, to hanging and displaying it, students manage all the stages of the organization of the event.

In the unique context of the global health crisis, and in a spirit of the times marked by major crises that affect life, the Ecoart team has explored the relationships between art and environment, and art and ecology.

This non exhaustive exhibition is an aesthetic, political and poetic knitting and weaving. It is non-literal, non-prophetic, and without tragic observation. It accepts to escape any form of definitive answer, of literality, and seeks to offer an opportunity to think and share around these essential themes, to metabolize a burning question, while leaving the works to exist by and for themselves. The solutions vibrate within the space between them.

"Right here, right now is where we draw the line. The world is waking up. And change is coming, whether you like it or not." Greta Thundberg*


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