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Triennale Art
& Dunkerque
Triennale Art & Industrie Dunkerque Hauts–de–France

The Art & Industrie 2023 Triennial will be echoed in the city of Dunkirk and the Hauts-de-France region through a wide range of cultural partnerships.

From the very first edition of the Art & Industrie Triennial in 2019, the Dunkirk contemporary art centre – made up of the Frac Grand Large – Hauts-de-France and the LAAC – has initiated meetings with cultural players in the Hauts-de-France region, as well as with local manufacturers, associations, cultural and professional institutions (in education, healthcare, vocational training, etc.). Many of them have rallied round to respond to the project’s themes and offer them unique extensions.

In 2023, Chaleur humaine will once again see the emergence of a collective movement, this time around energy, the key issue of this second edition of the Triennale. It’s inviting all the players on the regional cultural scene to come up with a rich programme of events that will generate reflection and new artistic proposals on environmental issues, notably through residencies, exhibitions, performances, meetings, screenings, concerts… but also through collaborations between different cultural structures!

These projects, brought together under the umbrella term Résonances, echo the curatorial project for the second edition of the Art & Industry Triennial devised by the two curators, Anna Colin and Camille Richert, assisted by Henriette Gillerot.

More than a parallel programme to the Triennale, Resonances is a unique extension of Chaleur humaine, with the aim of promoting contemporary art in the Dunkirk area and beyond.

ALL résonances