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"Boganium, handwavium et les autres"

une exposition personnelle au Musée de Minéralogie Mines ParisTech, du 5 juin au 3 août 2018












Exposition collective 

"Solitudes Molles Sous La Lumière Bleue_Avatars De Nos Peluches Synthétiques"

Avec Ingrid Berthon-Moine, Alan Bogana, Chloé Delarue, Pedro Matias, Flora Mottini Et David Weishaar

Exposition du 06.04.2018 au 22.04.2018

/// VERNISSAGE ///   jeudi 5 avril à 18h

Ouvert vendredi de 17h à 20h, samedi et dimanche de 11h à 18h et sur rdv 

ET – Espace Témoin
203s, 2e supérieur
Vieux-Grenadiers 10
CH - 1205 Genève

Solitudes molles






Digital Projection on the Grand Palais Façade in Paris
From April 4th until April 8th 2018

New video work: "Turbulent Drifts"

As part of the Switzerland Guest of Honour programme, a series of digital projections on the Grand Palais façade will showcase a highly innovative generation of Swiss artists including Camille Scherrer, Alan Bogana and Yves Netzhammer, three artists whose origins are representative of three of Switzerland’s four different linguistic and cultural regions, respectively French, Italian and German-speaking Switzerland.

Turbulent Drifts




SITUATION #100: Alan Bogana, The Sensible Spectrum, (2017)   –  07.–12.11.2017

Internationale Kurzfilmtage Winterthur

In cooperation with Internationale Kurzfilmtage Winterthur, Fotomuseum presents The Sensible Spectrum, the most recent work of Swiss artist Alan Bogana, in the foyer of Theater Winterthur from 7–12 November.

No matter how deep we are immersed in medial environments, our physical behaviour remains exposed to the gaze of others. This aspect is at the heart of Alan Bogana’s VR installation, which has turned an inflatable bubble into the setting for its unique VR experience. Like a membrane, the bubble marks the interface between intimate and public space: It cocoons the users, yet leaves them partially exposed to observation while immersed in different VR sequences that were compiled by the artist from online platforms like YouTube or Vimeo. All sequences stem from different contexts and aim at distinctive viewer reactions, inducing therefore different ‘gaze’s narratives’. Via a customized VR headset, each user’s viewing behaviour can be tracked by outside observers, who experience the sequences in a unique spatialized way. By subtly confronting the two forms of spectatorship, The Sensible Spectrumunderscores the correlation between the immersive media we consume and the potential privacy issues in the foreseen development of virtual reality technology. What happens when intimate signatures such as the movement of our gaze are exploited and our subjective reactions quantified?




Alan Bogana & Brigham Baker

A cura di Carolina Sanchez

la rada | via della Morettina 2, Locarno, da venerdì 10 novembre a sabato 2 dicembre 2017

inaugurazione venerdì 10 novembre, ore 18

Surely Many Very Early Men Just Sat Under Native Palms