PARIS-B, 62 rue de Turbigo 75003 Paris
March 07th - March 07th 2024


Thursday 7th at 7pm, to celebrate the end of the Rosebud exhibition we invite you to a reading of “Les Filles du feu”, a text specially written for the exhibition by artist-biologist Marie-Sarah Adenis, accompanied by cellist Gaspar Claus.

Marie-Sarah Adenis is an artist graduated in life sciences (ENS-Ulm) and design (ENSCI-les-Ateliers). Part visual artist, part researcher and part storyteller, she creates new narratives capable of renewing the way we perceive and inhabit the world. In 2020, she won the AudiTalents prize for her project Ce qui tient à un fil, a journey into the world of DNA, which becamed an exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo in 2021. She is also co-founder of the PILI company, which is developing an ecological industrial process for the bioproduction of colors through an unprecedented collaboration with micro-organisms.

Gaspar Claus is a passionate, relentless cellist, adept at free adaptation and encounters, putting his instrument in the service of others or dedicating it to unexpected dialogues. From pop to contemporary music, plural traditions to noisy jazz, chanson to electronic music, film soundtracks to theatrical accompaniment, he has been heard alongside Flavien Berger, Rone, Barbara Carlotti, Matt Elliot and actor Denis Lavant.