COLLECTION n°9, RAPIDO, RAPIDO curated by Christel Montury and Fabien Villon

Martin Belou, Pierre Clément, Julie Escoffier, Laura Gozlan, Gregor Hildebrandt, Ella Mievovsky, Fay Nicolson, Adrien Vescovi, Marnie Weber

Pierre Clément, Mobile unit, 2017

Martin Belou, untitled-pattern, 2018

Martin Belou, untitled – pattern, 2018

Marnie Weber, the day of forevermore, 2016, film 120mn

Marnie Weber, the day of forevermore, 2016, film 120mn

Marnie Weber, the day of forevermore, 2016, film 120mn

Marnie Weber, the day of forevermore, 2016, film 120mn

Marnie Weber, the day of forevermore, 2016, film 120mn

Marnie Weber, scarecrows, 2015-18, detail

Marnie Weber, scarecrow,2015-2018

Laura Gozlan, Inner chains, 2018 (detail)

Julie Escoffier, Rising to the sublime tears of silence, 2018

Gregor Hildebrandt, The Garden (Einstürzende Neubauten), 2018 (night view)

Fay Nicolson, Performance Piece (Fitted Jacket), 2018

Fay Nicolson, Feast of Fools, Carnival, 2018

Ella Mievovsky, Kaike-tottori (green light)1, 2018

Ella Mievovsky, Kaike-tottori (green light) 2, 2018

View 28, Adrien Vescovi, Fay Nicolson, Gregor Hildebrandt, Julie Escoffier (night)

Laura Gozlan, inner chains 2018

Pierre Clément, Julie Escoffier

Adrien Vescovi

Gregor Hildebrandt, Julie Escoffier, Fay Nicolson

Gregor Hildebrandt, Fay Nicolson, Julie Escofier

Pictures by ©Christel Montury

Interior and the collectors in Noirmoutier island (fr)

Interior and the collectors is pleased to present COLLECTION N°9, RAPIDO, RAPIDO, a new group show in a vintage folding carvan at Camping Domaine Le Midi, Barbâtre, Noirmoutier Island (fr).

Few month ago, we found a 70’s folding caravan, the Rapido. It’s a mythical model, awarded at the french Lépine contest for its astute deployment. Inside it, we showcase a new summer show at a campsite on the Atlantic coast. We use this temporary habitat to develop an exhibition with limited space constraints. The project is set up between a tiny house and a traveling museum. All available spaces are used, the structure of the caravan, camping materials (canvas, foldable and removable furniture, extra light…) and the natural environment. Exhibiting in a campsite is a way to show art into a context in which the public is not used to experiencing it.

A campsite is like a village, with its paths, its infrastructure, its rules and its specificities. Our space has the same look as any other homes. By integrating it into this ephemeral life, we affect the inhabitants within their own habitat, offering them the possibility of reappropriating works with more freedom than in a museum space. There is no theme, only the constraints of space guide the different proposals. Nevertheless, all the works are in connection with the idea of a journey, an initiation rite, transformation and time passing.

Camping Domaine Le Midi, Barbâtre (fr)