Conceived in seven parts, the exhibition Dépaysement invites a dozen artists to question the idea of exile as an experience to explore and think elsewhere, a place that may lead to different futures: of the self and of the landscape. Exile as a need to find and renew oneself in an unknown place, or as a self-imposed rejection of the familiar.
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