Walls and Bridges
Walls and Bridges is a 10-day series of performances and critical explorations uniting French and American thinkers and artists from social sciences, philosophy, literature and live arts.
Cécile Guilbert, Chris Adrian, Terrence Holt and Pierre Zaoui discussed the sadomasochistic pleasures that can come with an illness, the complexities of human bodies and the healing power of literature.
How much can we truly improve the citizens’ quality of life with design and urban planning?
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How do four writers approach healing, and depict these ordinary extraordinary everyday practices?
Public space and quality of life in New York were the topics discussed last Saturday, at the Guardian New York headquarters. A debate moderated by Oliver Burkeman, columnist for the Guardian
Splendors and miseries of (un)conscious thoughts by Parisian company Oh!Oui and neuroscientist Lionel Naccache
Walls and Bridges season 4 kicked off last thursday at the MoMA. French and American authors shared their discovery of mysterious and hidden literary and arts "Salon de Fleurus"