"All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace"Group show
Richard Brautigan: born in 1935 in Tacoma (Washington), died in 1984 in Bolinas (California, USA).
Isabelle Cornaro: born in 1974 in Aurillac (France), lives in Paris and Geneva (France / Switzerland).
Marjorie Keller: born in 1950 in Yorktown (New York), died in 1994 in Wakefield (Rhode Island, USA).
Lee Kit: born in 1978 in Hong Kong, lives in Taipei (Taiwan).
Marie Lund: born in 1976 in Copenhagen (Denmark), lives in London (UK).
Michael E. Smith: born in 1977 in Detroit (Michigan), lives in Providence (Rhode Island, USA).
Mika Tajima: born in 1975 in Los Angeles (California), lives in New York (NYC, USA).
Marie Mathématique (Jacques Ansan, Jean-Claude Forest, Serge Gainsbourg, André Ruellan)
Extend your visit of this exhibition with the documentation provided at the Tarmac (level 1):
The Tarmac is a new space of Palais de Tokyo which has been developed in collaboration with students from ENSAD, Paris.
Conceived as a three-dimensional magazine, the Tarmac is an invitation to extend your visit and discover original content curated by guest institutions and artists.
Curator of the Tarmac: Claire Moulène
Extend your visit of this exhibition with our programme of videos in the Point Perché (level 1):
For each season, a programme of videos, conceived by Palais de Tokyo’s curators, in relationship with some of the themes raised by the ongoing exhibitions, can now be seen in the Point Perché.
In association with this show, the Point Perché presents the film All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace (three 60-minutes episodes, 2011) by the British filmmaker Adam Curtis.
“And yet, while the most basic, shared feelings have been reified and exploited so as to produce goods, transforming everyday experiences into exercises of commercial mediation, feeling happy or angry, sad or alone, could remain the lowest common denominator of a humanity ‘all watched over by machines of loving grace’”. Yoann Gourmel
The installation of Lee Kit benefits from the support of Fondation Kadist.