Léon Biasiolo, "Oignon sur oignons dans le creux de la main" © Collectif la Peyrigne

Soupe de cailloux (Pebble soup)

Artistes : Kenza Alaoui Belghiti Antoine Alcaraz, Maxime Andres, Léon Biasiolo, Juliette Breteau, Côzm, Marin Dessale, Théo Fernandez, Emma Fleury-Cancouet,  Tom Garçon, Nathan Ghali, Matéo Guilbault,  Elise Le Floch, Qiang Liu, Lena Lozinguez, Yunju-Ma, Camille Moulin, Clara Pouillard, Louise Pereira Guerra, Yiqiao Shu, Victor Wetzel La Peyrigne is an association housed in a two-hundred-year-old house of the same name, which houses a family farm and an arts collective. This collective connects its rural landscape to contemporary artistic practices, questioning the correlation between these two environments. The residency project is becoming more and more like a place for artistic research, like a shelf where objects, ideas and projects accumulate, a shelf that collects dust and gives the impression of always having room. After 3 years of learning, enriching  and experimentation, the aim of the exhibition is to  synthesise all this research and raise new questions. Working in close collaboration with the Condom association Chemins d'Arts en Armagnac, the collective will be exhibiting at 4 different venues and opening the doors of their workshops for a month. As part of the Festival Chemin d'Art en Armagnac Curated by: Collectif la Peyrigne