No 52 ECAL/Adrien SgandurraFrance (1993)
Artificialisation du terroir
Adrien Sgandurra, currently a BA student in Photography at ECAL/Ecole cantonale d’art de Lausanne, offers a surprising perspective on winegrowing, far from the usual romantic clichés. Nowadays, genetic research enables us to create more resistant, hybrid vines with many oenological properties. In parallel, the increasingly frequent use of drone dusters and pruning robots have a direct impact on the daily activities of winegrowers, whose craft is undoubtedly one of the most traditional. Inspired by technological evolutions, this series of images reveals the secrets and future challenges of winegrowing.
Produced by Images Vevey, ECAL/Ecole cantonale d’art de Lausanne and the Confrérie des Vignerons for the Fête des Vignerons 2019
Curated by Milo Keller, Head of Photography Department at ECAL
Project led by Jonas Marguet, photographer and teacher at ECAL
Scenography by ECAL/Amandine Gini
In association with the Société vaudoise d’histoire et d’archéologie