Florent Testa performance, Terra Amata Museum, 25 Carnot boulevard, 06300 Nice, open from Wednesday to Sunday (10am - 6pm), admission free.
During prehistory times human being own rudimentary technicals and tools for surviving inside a wild world. The French performer Florent Testa tributes them in the Museum collection rooms. Wearing a yeti wardrobe he moves and stops right in front of a furniture opening a drawer in which he finds miror and foods. After Florent Testa brings with him some books, an electrical owen and a ventilator. The Florent Testa purpose is puting face to face the Terra Amata people way of living with the life of the Nice inhabitants today. The tools have rised up but the people follow the same goals like finding a safe place, hunting for food and having good time.