Oliver Sieber and Katja Stuke are not permanent fixtures in this society: however, as resident artists at the Cité Internationale des Arts, they were confronted with the first “acts” of the yellow vest movement. In this sense, they are distanced observers and do not take sides, although they are not indifferent: they observe how the conflict writes itself into the city’s narrative. Their route follows and intersects with that of the actors involved that day, leading them along Rue de Rivoli, past the Louvre to La Madeleine, on to Gare Saint-Lazare, past the Métro Liège to the Galleries Lafayette, along Boulevard Haussmann to Place de la République, and at night back to the Bastille and the Cité des Arts.
|Original Price||28.00 EUR|
|Topics||Paris, Political Landscape, Protest, Who Owns The Cities|
|Dimensions||20.0 × 28.0 × 1.0 cm|
|Technique||4/4 Offset Print|