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...by Earth’s place amid a vast universe, Chronos Cosmos: Deep Time, Open Space zooms far out – featuring cosmic perspectives, various scales of time and space, and speculative gestures. Each artist’s own notions of time, history, space, and site challenge the reigning system regulated by...

...an immediate, “nirvanesque” link with the cosmos. To the “west”, “earth” equals “life” equals “art”. To the “north”, “water” also equals “art” also equals “life”. A little further, Ângela Fereira conceived Rega (Sprinkle) (2012) as an interactive object....

...other living beings with whom they share the cosmos. A vision of the universe where living creatures would live together as equals, in complete communion, is still to be written. Art, however, can be a catalyst of this cosmogony in progress by forcing human understanding, sensitivity and...

...the visitor enters a device evocative of the cosmos and galaxies by its form and by the layout of the elements — stones and mirrors — which instinctively suggest movement. The visitor ends up moving from one stone to the next along straight lines, tracing circumferences with his/her body,...

...by Hélène Guenin, “Sublime et cosmos, du romantisme à l’art contemporain”, by Olivier Schefer, “De l’imaginaire fossile au cours du pétrole”, by Hélène Meisel, “Land art et écologie”, by Serge Paul, and “L’anthropocène et l’esthétique du sublime”, by...