How do we want to live in our old age?
Initiated by the company Un et un font mille, HABITATS aims to be an artistic, scientific and civil forum for reflection on the theme of aging. It is a caring and safe space - a window on the realities of aging - that allows us to change our vision, our connection. Habitats is, among other things, a forum; public events that take place throughout the year 20-21 and are divided into four meetings. Whether for citizen consultations or co-creation discussion panels, citizens of all ages are invited to actively participate in this rich and promising process!
The three online evenings (Pouvoir citoyen, Tabula rasa et Maisons sans murs) have their own specificities, but they all revolve around the question: How do we want to live in our old age? Although this is the second edition of each of the three evenings (the first having taken place in November 2020), interested citizens can join at any time, it is absolutely not necessary to have attended the first ones to be invited to the second ones!
Un et un font mille
Un et un font mille, and its director François Grisé, create works and multidisciplinary activities, asking questions that we dare not ask. These activities are developed in the form of a cycle around a specific theme and provoke unexpected encounters where each participant and spectator is invited to become part of the action. The Habitats forum is an extension of the Cycle Vivre vieux works currently in progress. The documentary piece All Inclusive, which was presented at La Licorne in October 2019, is part of this cycle.
In order to participate
Pouvoir citoyen, February 2 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Citizen public consultation to hear your ideas on the realities of aging, because it affects us all.
Tabula rasa, February 3 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Panel of exchange and co-creation to imagine how we want to live our old age.
Maisons sans murs, February 4 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Exchange and co-creation panel to forge links and foster a sense of belonging.