Humeurs contestataires

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25/04/2018 - 06/10/2018

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The paradox of “public toilets” lies in the two words that are used to describe them: they are an intimate space that is sheltered from view, where we are by ourselves, but at the same time, they are also a shared and very busy place. In theory, one doesn’t leave a trace, but since the dawn of time, some people feel the need to express their (own) mood, to sketch a suggestive or scatological drawing, sexual liberation not having put an end to the modesty which surrounds our bodily moods… The loos are one of the rare public places which avoid widespread surveillance. It is, therefore, possible to express oneself anonymously; without censorship or risk.

The Sewer Museum is proposing a campaign to collect photos, followed by a physical and virtual installation of different forms of graffiti expressed in toilets. The communication campaign will invite the public to contribute to the collection of photos, words or drawings that engage, shock or move them from the toilets of bars and other public places.

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