Blue Sky is the name that the first unaccompanied refugees minor residents gave to their newly opened foster home in Geneva.
A hopeful name or a name in jest ? Young people know full well that their entry into the new house only resolves their situation for the moment.
After a visit with all the inhabitants of the Blue Sky home, Hassan, Momo and Esmat chose to follow an intensive workshop. In this context, they shaped a series of objects inspired by the museum’s collection and their countries of origin. These objects have been integrated into the museum’s display cases, room 14 and can be identified by their blue colour.
A proposal from Hugo Hemmi
The ceramics were produced with the support of CERRCO (Center for Experimentation and Realisation in Contemporary Ceramics) of HEAD-Genève
Opening on Sunday, December 2 at 4 p.m. followed by a visit by the teenagers Exhibition visit on Sunday, January 6 at 4 p.m. in the presence of the teenagers
and Sunday 3 February at 4pm
In addition to the "Blue Sky" exhibition, a proposal by the artist Hugo Hemmi, the Ariana Museum is hosting for the first time the LapTopRadio (web radio of the WORK master HEAD-Genève). Young artists in training or newly graduated take over the museum space with sound proposals on the theme of blue.
The show will be broadcast live on the web platform: http://laptopradio.org
Zoé Aubry, Lorraine Baylac, Louise Bonpaix, Angélique Dalla Torre, Aurélie Dubois, Sabrina Fernandez Casas, Léonard Gremaud, Hugo Hemmi, Pablo Hurtado, Sara Ravelli, Julie Sando, Nelson Schaub, Laurent Schmid, Vanessa Urben, Galaxia Wang
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