as part of FOCUS Résonance, la Biennale de Lyon 2015
For her first solo exhibition in France, Anne Le Troter (born in 1985, lives in Paris) takes inspiration from the history of the site of the BF15, previously occupied by an old floor-covering store called Sols Modernes.
She has created a sound installation entitledLes mitoyennes, in which zones of action and language coexist in the same space and time. A set of structures display the different colored carpets as sound recording boards, mixing tables and listening surfaces.
It is within this setting that a sort "film chorus" is created, rhythmed by voices of telephone interviewers -with whom the artist worked during her residency at La BF15 during the summer- and by the sound of the movements of sport trainings which are used here as a sort of speech relay to create choreographic landscapes.
with the support of The Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia
in partnership with Grame, national center of musical creation, the Museum of Contemporary Arts of Lyon, Le scarabée and Sols modernes