EXHIBITION FROM MAY 14 TO AUGUST 2, 2015 download PDF: FR, or, ENGLISH Du mardi au dimanche/From Tuesday till Sunday from 1pm till 7pm partir de 13 heures jusqu'à 19 heures 3/4/5th floors of the Tour Panorama Friche la Belle de mai 41 rue jobin F-13003 Marseille

Véronique Collard Bovy, Léo Guy-Denarcy, Caroline Hancock, Natalie Kovacs
Scoli Acosta, Robert Breer, Rémi Dal Negro, Tacita Dean, Stefan Eichhorn, Omer Fast, Mounir Fatmi, Anne-Valérie Gasc, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Marina Gadonneix, Pierre Huyghe, Ann Veronica Janssens, Norma Jeane, Gordon Matta-Clark, Anita Molinero, Robert Montgomery, Alexandra Pirici, Elisa Pône, Stéphane Protic, Random International, Ryder Ripps, Fabrice Samyn, Jean-Baptiste Sauvage, Melanie Smith, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Stéphane Thidet, Penelope Umbrico.


and at 10 P.M. Performance by Elisa Pône "Alliance Caustique, l’écho des spectres" in collaboration with Eric Arletti on the rooftop of the Friche la Belle de Mai

For this firework performance Elisa Pône collaborates with Eric Arletti who will set to noise music the chromatic development of the light spectrum accompanied by three instrumentalists.

This project is part of the 10th edition of Hors Pistes / Centre Pompidou 2015, with the support of Red Bull Studios and the participation of DICRéAM


The FOMO exhibition concentrates on three cliché diachronic and meteorological stakes that are characteristic of the contemplation of a re-erected landscape. Sequenced on three floors of the Tour-Panorama (alternately dawn, midday, and twilight), the show is also built around the participation of the visitors, who are invited to seize new epistolary forms. “FOMO” is at the heart of the 2015 Spring Festival of Contemporary Art in Marseille which takes as a starting point the invention of photographic postcard by the entrepreneur Dominique Piazza in this city in 1891.

Already in the air and the spirit of the time, the postcard enabled a worldwide spread of fleeting moments, tender thoughts, and more or less remarkable sites. The inventor had been inspired by his exchanges with a friend of his who had emigrated to Argentina. This democratic tool allowed for travel accounts and correspondence, like a distant ancestor of our innumerable data exchanges today.

“The message is the medium”. This widespread statement is as relevant to the postcard as it is in the case of the images and information exchanged on Internet reducing evermore the long voyage that separates now and then.