The Verbier 3-D Foundation presents Global Wiring, a new site-specific sculptural work by Swiss art collective Fragmentin.
The artists were invited for a one-month residency to become immersed in the local alpine environment to develop new work responding to current debates referencing global topics of water and climate concerns, inspired by the materials, technologies and ecological knowledge sourced from the surrounding landscape of Verbier, Switzerland.
Global Wiring is the sculptural result of Fragmentin’s 2022 residency and their curious vision of a glacial archeological find from the future exposing underground elements of the obsolete and unnatural systems that supported our interconnected lives.
Vernissage & Walk w/ Fragmentin
2 July / (3 July if need to change due to weather)
From 10am to 4pm
Global Wiring was realized thanks to the support of the Commune de Val de Bagnes, Musée de Bagnes, Téléverbier, Loterie Romande, Swiss Post, Canton du Valais, Altis, NetPlus, Jean-Edouard van Praet & Tappan Heher, Chalet Ker Praet, Au Vieux Verbier, Office de Tourisme de Verbier, Madeleine Paternot, Melody Sky, Niesenglass (Maximilian Schlott & Fiona Byrne), Bertille Laguet, Besse & Baillifard SA, Pablo Bellon, Macbirch Vins, Marilynne Geiger, Luca Barletta, Sophia Heneage, Manenti Farquet, Bruno Batista, Richard Timsit, Paul Goodwin, Alexa Jeanne Kusber and Nicolas Combes.
Explore Fragmentin and their 2022 residency here.