Photo : Rotofil © Aude Liabeuf
Les Tombées de la Nuit, in partnership with L’Écomusée de la Bintinais, present
Les Armoires Pleines
Agricultural legacy
From the age of 8

“I grew up with bits of straw
stuck to my polar fleece.
The kind that doesn’t go away in the wash.
But I went the other way.
I left the fields.
Never to return, I chose another life. ”

Rotofil is the story of a farm succession. Anaïs didn’t take over the family farm. She chose another life, but faced with a dilemma, she struggles between pressures, joy and anger.

Anaïs invites us into her landscapes. Her voice is interwoven with the stories of other farmers, accompanied by her beating drum, as the setting evolves between two mirrored spaces, a parking lot and a green wasteland. Rotofil is a multi-disciplinary show combining text, sound, visual art and documentary work to give farmers a voice in the public arena. In its own way, it explores how agriculture takes root in the landscape, and what it shows us. It’s a calm, grounded cry and tribute to smallholder farming that raises questions about the heavy burden of inherited land.

Billetterie en ligne
Ticket office on site on 09/24, from 4 p.m., subject to availability
Sunday 24 September 2023
16:30 > 17:40
Écomusée de la Bintinais, route de Châtillon-sur- Seiche, Rennes

10€/4€ Sortir !

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The association is supported by the City of Rennes, the Brittany Region, the Ille-et-Vilaine Department & the ministry of culture.

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