Nos ébranlements (“our disruptions”) connects teenagers who don’t know each other. The project brings a group of young people together to reflect on and confront the issues that unsettle them from within. By speaking out and taking creative micro-actions, they have the opportunity to probe the instability under their feet, but also the things that need to be taken care of or renovated on this same damaged surface. It’s an attempt to join forces to (re)think this world.
The past year has weakened our ties, undermined our social contacts; in short, it has disconnected us. Multidisciplinary artist Judith Poitras and documentary photographer Jonathan Lorange, curators of this third edition, are inviting eight young people between the ages of 14 and 18 to reconnect with each other and the outside world.