Johanna Billing, “Missing Out,” 2001.

LE GRAND CAFÉ, Centre d’art contemporain, Saint-Nazaire (F)

A community is by definition a social grouping united by ties that are either voluntary (intellectual affinities, a shared culture) or imposed (family, ethnic or national ties…). This question of “living together” (building, ritualizing, struggling together) always makes reference to an idea of poetic or political engagement. In recent years, the question has been posed a great deal on an international scale, notably as a response to the 2001 attack on the World Trade Center. How do we think of the world together?

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