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Julie Béna

Rose Pantopon And The Wheel Of Fortune

Blue don't die or never will

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29/11/2018
19.00

Blue don’t lie or never will

6146 for three languages French, English – sorry the dutch version is not guaranted-

4616 for Blue dress and Blue shoes

1466 during which you will meet numerous characters, for tonight, always in … Blue!

4166 of 6416 a magic number! A wheel of fortune!

1646 for passion, devotion or apparition !

Oh!

There will be 3 songs! Not sure…

There is no cantatrice

only me

and you,

and me and me an you

maybe a dance but I won’t promise anything.

Best in life is to avoid any expectation.

Do you know the story?

Fresh but sooo creamy

Wet but toooo soft

Satin and old fashioned

Do you know the story?

Banter, banter banter on banter

Guiliguiliguili

Do you hear

Do you hear

Do you hear me?

I can read, you can choose, I can read what you choose and you can choose what I read

You will choose, I will read, I can read what you choose and you can choose what I read

I should read, you should choose, I can read what you choose and you can choose what I read

I may whisper.

But first, some questions:

Have you ever been a fruit basket?

Have you ever thought of being a monkey?

Have you ever drunk a lemon car?

Have you ever tried to understand a tie?

Have you ever recognized the unknown?

Tonight,

Tonight,

Tonight!

Blue don’t lie or never will

An evening for 1646 narrated by your humble serviteur.

Info

About Julie Béna: Béna (1982, France) studied at the Villa Arson in Nice and attended the Gerrit Rietveld Academie at Amsterdam. In 2012-2013, she was part of le Pavillon, the research laboratory of le Palais de Tokyo. Béna was recently nominated for the Prix AWARE women art prize. Her recent exhibitions include at the Passerelle Art Center, Brest; Galerie Joseph Tang; FUSED Space in San Francisco; Mathew NYC and Bozar, Brussels. Her recent institutional performances include at Fondation Ricard; M Leuven; ICA London, and Palais de Tokyo, Paris. In 2018, Béna is invited to participate in the next Biennale de Rennes. In 2019, in the frame of Satellite, she will open her first solo show in a Parisian institution at Jeu de Paume. Her upcoming performances include at Independent Brussels; Centre Pompidou, and MRAC Serignan.

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