Prospettive Perspectives - Art trails in the Roya Valley : "Letters fallen at Nocé" by Stéphanie Nava

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Gorges de Saorge - Nocé 06540 Saorge
This cross-border project, based on 5 artistic proposals in the Roya valley, promotes the conscious protection of the land and the environment through contemporary art. Stéphanie Nava is working at Nocé in the Saorge gorges.
Stéphanie Nava works at the foot of Saorge, in the Gorges de Nocé, where there are two monumental inscriptions commemorating the creation of the Nice - Turin royal road in the 17th century. One of the two plaques, carved into the wall, is still visible, while the other was destroyed during the French Revolution. Lettres tombées à Nocé (Letters that fell in Nocé) is an installation that evokes this disappearance and is located near the old road that was partially washed away by Storm Alex. A...
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Prospettive Perspectives - Art trails in the Roya Valley : "Letters fallen at Nocé" by Stéphanie Nava
Gorges de Saorge - Nocé 06540 Saorge
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  • It is located at the foot of Saorge, in the Gorges de Nocé, where there are two monumental inscriptions commemorating the creation of the Nice - Turin royal road in the 17th century. One of the two plaques, carved into the wall, is still visible, while the other was destroyed during the French Revolution. Lettres tombées à Nocé" (Letters that fell in Nocé) is an installation that evokes this disappearance, and is located close to the old road that was partially washed away by Storm Alex. A phrase in metal letters (like those on the lost inscription) is affixed to the surviving wall, visible from the D6204 road at the northern entrance to the tunnel.
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