Since 2016, the Frac Centre-Val de Loire has been developing an ambitious extra-mural program. Alongside the implementation of a new policy for disseminating and exhibiting the collection, this new development is also being asserted by a physical inclusion of artistic and architectural research—on a regional level, seen as a tangible space for experiments and new narratives.By spanning a six-month period, the Biennale d’Architecture d’Orléans also intends to infuse and infiltrate reality through programs involving time-frames, maturation, porosity and capillarity as active principles of creation.

During the Biennale, two residencies will be organized as part of particularly strong and structure-providing partnerships in the territorial program of the Frac Centre-Val de Loire: the National School of Art in Bourges and the Transpalette Contemporary Art Centre on one hand, and, on the other, the Georges Daumézon Departmental Hospital Centre situated at Fleury-les-Aubrais. The works produced in situ will be on view from January 2018 onward.

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