With M.2062 (the opera game), Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster turns the Foundation the setting for a "magical chess game with modified rules". Real and fictional figures of the 19th century (the white pieces) and the 20th century (the black pieces), among them Lola Montes, Bob Dylan, Edgar Allan Poe and even Vicky Page, come face to face. Each of them appears in a specific part of the museum, accompanied by opera music, literary texts and film dialogue.
Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster (1965) lives and works in Paris (France) and Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).
With the participation of Ari Benjamin Meyers (artist and composer, born in 1972. Lives and works in Berlin), and surprise guests