Pace. At a walking-pace. To Pass. To cross. To cross a place. To go beyond. To overpass. A step. To overstep. To pass. To pass away. Pass and pass, again, even if we do not pass, pass, stay, pass, continue to move in the passage, to seek the passage, to widen the passage, to hold the passage. To do the house on the passage. To make the passage a house. A town.
Here you can make your brain shampoo.
5,000 people from all over the world live in this city. Here you can find 47 restaurants, dozens of shops, different places of worship, numerous meeting and association spaces, a school, an art school, two libraries, a radio, a theater, and houses, houses self-built with the help in the international solidarity of hundreds of people.
Frédéric cut his hair in the Jungle. Hamid prepares to leave the Jungle.
It's cold. we are around the fire.
Jungle's cut is a sound piece by Valeria Muledda with the voices of Clémentine, Federica, Frédéric, Farah, Fouzi, Giulia, Hamid, Mikias, Sami, Valeria, Zaki, and other inhabitants of the Jungle.
March 5-21, 2016, during the destruction of the southern area of the Jungle, the refugee camp of Calais, France.
Jungle's cut has been selected for Süden Radio 3 (Radio Papesse, Pratiques d'hospitalité des ambiances sonores et des pratiques acoustiques, CRESSON).
Jungle's cut is part of Passer (Valeria Muledda / Studiovuoto), a research project and sound documentation of the Jungle of Calais. Passer is part of Réinventer Calais, a project led by PEROU - Pôle d'Exploration des Ressources Urbaines, in collaboration with PUCA, Fondation de France, Ministry of Culture, CNAP, City of Architecture and Heritage, Pavilion of the arsenal, Arc-en-rêve.