This Wednesday, March 3, Lucas Destrem, a Twitter user from Limoges, published a map of Paris metro stations, replacing them with the cultural institutions located there. In total, more than 500 addresses are listed in homage to a cultural sector that has been damaged for almost a year.
A card to remind ” how essential these places are to everyone’s balance »
The young man explained his approach on his website : « The objective of this plan is to promote institutions, objects and cultural actors and actresses hard hit by the Covid-19 health crisis, whose economic and psychological prospects are often very bleak. »On this map, which at first glance looks like an ordinary metro map, there are cultural and musical cafes, museums, historical monuments, libraries, socio-cultural centers, art schools and cinemas, regardless of size, but always with the desire to enhance places that remain closed.
Thus, the Château Rouge station becomes “Institut des Cultures d’Islam”, Mairie des Lilas “le Triton” – named after the concert hall -, Antwerp is transformed into Trianon-Élysée-Montmartre or Porte de Clignancourt in La Recyclerie. Regarding his approach, Lucas Destrem explains that he had to « carry out a complex selection exercise, which led me to remove certain places, with the aim of producing names that are understandable, readable, sufficiently short, as pleasant to say as possible and to enhance all the fields of heritage and of cultural creation. »
For more information on the plan, the process and to access a more readable version, it’s here: https://t.co/q0lXskAKC6 pic.twitter.com/2N7gmwROiC
– Lucas Destrem ?? (@LucasDestrem) March 3, 2021
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