Feed Your Friends
In collaboration with Lucas Cantori, Yoan Mudry, Camilla Paolino.
With Giuseppe Abate, Jérôme Baccaglio, Leo Bachiri wadimoff, Sacha Béraud, Ceel Mogami de Haas, Chloé Delarue, Guillaume Dénervaud, Verena Dengler, Fabien Duperrex, Kevin Gotkovsky, Romain Grateau, Jonas Hermenjat, Pablo Hurtado, Lev Kazachenko, Veniamin Kazachenko, Jan Kiefer, Anne Le Troter, Steve Lüthi, Lou Masduraud, Aurélien Martin, Laure Marville, Nastasia Meyrat, Coline Mir, Damian Navarro, Mathias Pfund & Marine Kaiser, Colin Raynal, Aude Richards, Nicholas Riis, Marta Riniker Radich, Max Ruff, Mélissa Tun Tun, Evita Vasiljeva, Pedro Wirz.
(text by Lucas Cantori & Camilla Paolino)
smooth and even; without marked lumps or indentations
calm and without waves.
having a broad level surface but little height or depth; shallow
without heels or with very low heels
having an arch that is lower than usual
having small breasts
lacking interest or emotion; dull and lifeless
without energy; dispirited
showing little activity; sluggish
having lost its effervescence
air, typically because of a puncture
without gloss; matte.
the same in all cases, not varying with changed conditions or in particular cases
completely definite and firm; absolute
below true or normal pitch.
a semitone lower than a specified note
of or relating to flat racing
in or to a horizontal position
lying in close juxtaposition, against another surface
so as to become smooth and even
after a phrase expressing a period of time to emphasise how quickly something can be done or has been done
below the true or normal pitch of musical sound
a shallow container in which seedlings are grown and sold.
an area of low level ground, near water
(denoting a floor or story): alteration of obsolete flet