Touristic Route/Survival Route

Touristic Route/Survival Route — 2017.

Acrylic paint and pen felt on rescue blankets.
210 × 160 cm (82 × 63 in) each.

Exhibition Cartographic Anxiety, Collective Hic Sunt, Arondit contemporary art center, Paris, 2018.

Solo exhibition Travelers and Strangers,
Kentler International Drawing Space, New York, 2017.

Silver side (Touristic Route): In 2000, Lucie revisits all the places and countries she went through between 1938 — when she fled Austria at 12 years old with her family because they were Jewish — and 1951, when she left France to NY on a steamer.

Golden side (Survival Route): In 2014, Suyapa flees Honduras, crosses Guatemala and Mexico on foot and on the top of merchandise trains. She arrives a month later in Houston, Texas, after an extremely dangerous journey.
   Text adapted from Camilla Panhard's book, No women's land, with her kind permission.

Lucile Bertrand - Touristic Route/Survival Route

Touristic Route/Survival Route

Lucile Bertrand - Touristic Route/Survival Route

Touristic Route,
detail.

Lucile Bertrand - Touristic Route/Survival Route

Touristic Route,
detail.

Lucile Bertrand - Touristic Route/Survival Route

Touristic Route,
detail.

Lucile Bertrand - Touristic Route/Survival Route

Survival Route,
detail.

Lucile Bertrand - Touristic Route/Survival Route

Survival Route,
detail.

Lucile Bertrand - Touristic Route/Survival Route

Survival Route,
detail.