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Fabien and Etienne Krähenbühl – Horizons Lousonna

Marking the shore of ancient Lausanne, this work represents a bridge between past and present, between generations, and between art and archaeology. The sculptor has used wooden posts found nearby during an excavation in which his archaeologist son participated. Vestiges of a bygone era, these shapes invite us to question the nature of time, memory, origins and legacy.

L'œuvre dans le parcours

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Bernard Schorderet
La terre et la forêt, 1964, Sculpture

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Fabien et Étienne Krähenbühl
Horizons Lousonna, 2019, Installation

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Charles-Oscar Chollet
L.N.1, 1963, Sculpture

Plan de travail 1 copie 2
Location

Parc archéologique

Chemin des Ruines-Romaines
Lausanne-Vidy