The Biennale d’Architecture d’Orléans, organised by FRAC Centre-Val de Loire, welcomes Brussels-based Tatiana Wolska for its second edition.
As part of this project, Tatiana Wolska produced an entirely original wooden installation in a workshop with students, the work intended to be part architecture, part inhabitable sculpture at the Jardin de l’Évêché. Located behind the cathedral and open to the public since the 1920s, the Jardin de l’Évêché (early 17th century) hosts several cultural events throughout the year.
The Biennale d’Architecture d’Orléans is a cartography, which is represented through thirteen exhibition sites, three main participating territories (the city of Orléans, Orléans-La Source, Azay-le-Rideau), thirty associated facilities, and over thirty projects undertaken in co-production with art and architecture schools, universities, but also the schools, associations, and residents of the Centre-Val de Loire region.
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