Project by Joëlle Aeschlimann, Pauline Saglio and Mathieu Rivier
Images by Florian Luthi
One of the peculiarities of the house is a room that was located at the top of the barn and then converted into a nursery. One first hears the noise of squawking chicken coming from behind a close door. Located at the end of a corridor, and due to its disturbing scenography, this door arouses the curiosity of the viewer visitors who are anxious to open it. When opening the door, the squawking stops, and a lullaby plays with a set of projection on lace curtain. Exactly as a music box, you close the door to reload the music and the visuals. This contemplative work was inspired by many laces and fabrics found the castle.