Pauline Julier (*1981), making of von A Million-Year Picnic, 2024 / Photo Margot Sparkes
Pauline Julier / A Single Universe
Jun 8 – Oct 27, 2024
Aargauer Kunsthaus
Aarau, Switzerland

Ready for a voyage through space and time? The exhibition by the artist and filmmaker Pauline Julier (*1981, Geneva) is an intergalactic tour, leading us through the geological ages of the Earth all the way to space. We visit a 300-million-year-old forest in China as well as a mountain range on Mars. Past, present, and future dissolve until we lose our bearings. But this confusion is intended and challenges us: How far are humans willing to go to exploit the resources of Earth and other planets? How can we respond to the complexity of climate change?

Pauline Julier questions the relationships between humans and the environment: In this “single universe” all living beings are interconnected. With immersive video installations, the artist links scientific discoveries with rituals and myths. Between documentary and fiction, she invites us to take a look into the world – and not at the world.

Pauline Julier / A Single Universe
Jun 8 – Oct 27, 2024
Aargauer Kunsthaus
Aarau, Switzerland

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