Pôle Land Art Départemental – PLADLa Ferme de Chosal

With the creation of the Departmental Land Art Pole (PLAD) in 2010,
la Ferme de Chosal wanted to place art and culture at the heart of its project to establish the social integration of disabled people, by opening up to large audiences and with a concern for decompartmentalization, exchange and meeting with the outside world.

This is a project which aims to provide access to culture for all, in particular audiences who are often far from culture (people with disabilities, socially disadvantaged people, social minimums). As part of the Departmental Land Art Center (PLAD), the Ferme de Chosal offers a trail which is gradually being created and which is made up of works created by disabled workers from the Ferme de Chosal during creative workshops as well as works produced each year by artists in residence.




Since 2018, in partnership with Annecy landscapes, four works
were thus created during these residencies and have since
part of the route:

Moebius inception by Pedro Marzorati (2018),
La cause commune by Bob Verschueren (2019)
D’un monde à l’autre by Gilles Bruni (2020)
Présences by Kasia Ozga (2021) and
Abri by Teruhisa Suzuki (2023)



In September 2024 a new work by Michaël Mvukani Mpiolani  accompanied by Rémi Tamburini (Visual artist & facilitator – Visual arts workshop at Créahmbxl) will see the light of day on the trail.


NB: Le Créahmbxl (Création et Handicap Mental) est un laboratoire d’expérimentation artistique qui propose des ateliers d’arts plastiques et d’arts vivants à des personnes en situation de handicap mental.
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VenueThe Chosal Farm / PLAD
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Permanent exhibition
Outside Annecy

Residence dates
From September 16 to 28

Saturday September 28 (Art and Nature festival) at the Ferme de Chosal

Free entrance

98 route de l’Usine

Chosal, 74350 Copponex

Telephone +33 (0)4 50 44 12 82