Suminagashi or “floating ink” is a Japanese technique of placing concentric circles of ink on the surface of water. Through the breath a pattern emerges which is then transferred to paper. Using this technique, the artist Cadine Navarro will offer visual materializations of animal voices during a sound performance.
In echo, the linguist and bioacoustician Julien Meyer will tell us about the correspondences and translations between the whistled language of the Gavião hunters in the Amazon and the sound worlds of the animals they pursue. Under the dense cover of the forest, this art of whistling, addressed to humans and animals, persists despite the threat of deforestation.
Entrance subject to availability, without reservation.
Ticket office opens from 19 p.m. on the evening of the event. The event starts at 19:30 p.m.
Full price: € 8
Reduced price: 6 €
The nocturnes are followed by a friendly drink around the speakers. The ticket allows you to come and visit the museum for free in the month following the night.