SATURDAY 8 AND SUNDAY 9 SEPTEMBER, FROM 11H TO 18H, IN CONTINUOUS
Les Araignées du Marais, a collective of knitting artists, are busy building a vast web throughout the weekend at the Hunting and Nature Museum. During this performance live, the interwoven, woven or knotted woolen threads create a veritable labyrinth from one end of the mansion to the other. Forced to wander through this maze through the exhibition rooms, the visitor on the lookout discovers the collections from a new perspective. To free yourself from this trap set in this wild belvedere in the heart of the Marais, each unrolls his breadcrumb trail.
The metaphor questions and presents in a dreamlike way the current aspect of the relationship between man and animal, wild or domestic, and their reciprocal adaptation in a constantly changing environment.