SCÈNES DE NUIT - NOCTURNAL EXHIBITION AT F'AR LAUSANNE
SCÈNES DE NUIT presents five nocturnal encounters exploring the role of night in the construction of contemporary cities and societies. The exhibition seeks to examine and reflect upon the spaces, activities and media unfolded in night culture, and uses evening events and ephemeral scenography as the main display platform.
The five events SHOP, FILM, CITY, CLUB and FOOD recreate spaces generating practices and night-time rituals on the topics of consumption, cinema, street, party and food culture, becoming experimental laboratories to gather and question the relationship between architecture and night. Scènes de Nuit attempts to understand nocturnal spatial phenomena through lectures, discussions, walks, meals and screenings. The scenography was developed by HEAD – Genève's students in Interior Architecture.
This exhibition is part of the research project: www.scenesdenuit.ch