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#Coronamaisons : confinement sur les réseaux sociaux

Abstract : March 2020. France is on lockdown. The outside world seems to stop ; time is slowing down considerably. We must stay at home ; save the world from our couch. Phony War. The upheaval in our daily lives causes worry, anguish and even paranoia. At the same time, we are observing a real burst of creativity. Thousands of windows open onto the world while we are deprived of the outdoors. More than ever, Art is becoming an escape. In the same time, we realize that we are not all equal in the face of this sudden lockdown. It is almost with surprise that some of us find ourselves confronted with these inequalities. For others, it’s even stronger than before. Focusing on the #Coronamaison participatory project initiated by Pénélope Bagieu on Twitter, this article questions the function of art, revealing inequalities when confronted with the imagination and the thirst for freedom but also the “world after” aspirations emerging from the particular context of confinement.
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Caroline Soreau. #Coronamaisons : confinement sur les réseaux sociaux. Arts·Sciences·Technologies. Actualités Scientifiques de l'Art, SCML Médias, 2020. ⟨hal-03216909⟩

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