Séverin Guelpa’s work is interested in territory as a place of collective and political emancipation. After “Morphologie de l’espace miné” (Morphology of ruined spaces), a collection of work created between 2010 and 2013 focusing on space and its avidities, at the end of 2013 he created “Matza”, an initiative whose name comes from an early popular practice of direct democracy in the canton of Valais that dates from the end of the 15th century.
Using the history of a community, its practices, and its codes as a point of departure, « Matza – Stones of Subsistence » traces the outlines of a new political architecture…
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