Contemporary art at the intersection of Paris and Melbourne

Through a partnership formed in 2016 between the Palais de Tokyo and the Palais Garnier, the Korean artist Ayoung Kim will be bringing to the Melbourne Festival in Australia an installation entitled "In This Vessel We Shall Be Kept" – a vessel that in fact contains INA archives.

Guest at the Melbourne Festival in Australia, the Korean artist Ayoung Kim will be presenting a new work, "Porosity Valley, Portable Holes" – a film for which she came to INA in Bry-sur-Marne for several shots last summer. The film will be shown in 2018 at CAC Brétigny - Centre d'art contemporain.

Ayoung Kim also presented her installation "In This Vessel We Shall Be Kept" last year at the Palais de Tokyo, the result of a collaboration with choreographer Sébastien Bertaud. The work was originally conceived as a ballet for the Paris Opera and debuted there in 2016, as shown in the video below. Featured in the work were numerous archival images of the Palais Garnier furnished by INA.


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