Photo : Lormandière, un espace sensible © Delphine Dauphy
Le département d’Ille et Vilaine presents
Lormandière – Un espace sensible
Exhibition of Delphine Dauphy & Concert of François Audrain
(France)
Every picture tells a story

Since June 2021, a photography exhibition by Delphine Dauphy at the Département Archives, entitled Lormandière, un espace sensible, has been inviting visitors to discover the Lormandière site. From May 2018 to June 2019, the photographer travelled across Lormandière in the municipality of Chartes-de-Bretagne. Her photographs reflect the site’s diversity, with its natural spaces, landscapes and flora, alongside its industrial heritage, architecture and all the transformations it has witnessed. The collection also features a series of portraits of people who worked on the new Lormandière visitor destination.

The exhibition is paired with a sound creation by François Audrain and David Monceau, who, alongside David Euverte and Daniel Paboeuf, are presenting François Audrain’s Mémoires industrielles project live this Sunday.

Drawing on a blend of chanson française, trip hop and industrial sounds, François Audrain carefully puts words to both light and dark rock melodies. The project was created in 2019 during a residency at the Art in Situ Festival in Lormandière. With the support of Les Tombées de la Nuit, the singer-songwriter takes us on a journey into the heart of working class memory and the industrial revolution.

Sunday 19 September 2021
14:00 > 15:30
Guided tour of the exhibition and discovery of the wet collodion process with photographer Delphine Dauphy
Archives Départementales d’Ille-et-Vilaine, Rennes
Sunday 19 September 2021
16:30 > 17:30
Concert Mémoires industrielles of François Audrain
Archives Départementales d’Ille-et-Vilaine, Rennes

For all ages
Visit & concert on reservation at 02 99 02 37 16 or at action.culturelle@ille-et-vilaine.fr
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The association is supported by the City of Rennes, the Brittany Region and the Ille-et-Vilaine Department

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