18 — 28 may 2023

visual audio
and deviant


Télécharger programme 2023.pdf


Bicycle parking is available near each festival venue. Consult the TPG website for public transport and the CFF website for train travel.

Venir au Commun

Le Commun

Rue des Vieux-Grenadiers 10, Bâtiment J

1205 Genève


Tram 12, 15, 18 (arrêt: Plainpalais)
Bus 2, 19 (arrêt: Bains)
Bus 1, 32 (arrêt: Ecole de Médecine)


Plaine de Plainpalais 
Boulevard Georges-Favon 46
1204 Genève

Parking «RTS» 
Quai Ernest-Ansermet 18
1205 Genève

Venir au Jardin des Nations / Syllepse

Jardin des Nations

Route des Morillons 2

1202 Genève


Bus F et 22 (arrêt: OMS)
Bus 5 et 8 (arrêt: Crêts-de-Morillon) 


Un petit parking est à mis à disposition pour les visiteurs du Jardin des Nations. Il se trouve au bout de la rue qui longe le Potager des Nations.
Le code 3188 + flèche du haut permet l’ouverture de la barrière

Venir au Groove

Le Groove

Rue des Gazomètres 9

1205 Genève


Tram 14 ou bus D (arrêt: Palladium)
Tram 15 ou bus i (arrêt: Stand)


Parking des Gazomètres
Rue des Gazomètres
1205 Genève


Order your tickets online on our ticketing service - payment by Twint, credit card, Postcard or Postfinance - or on site, in cash or by Twint.

A question? Please contact No orders by e-mail or phone.

Access to the exhibition, talks and outdoor activities at the Jardin Nations is free.


Le Commun is equipped to receive people with reduced mobility.

For safety reasons, access to the Citerne Syllepse for people in wheelchairs is limited to three. Each of them must be accompanied by a person who can ensure their evacuation in case of disaster. Therefore, please inform us in advance at

Take care


Take care of each other. We advocate a space of respect, tolerance and consent so that everyone feels free and safe.

Don't hesitate to come to us if you witness or experience inappropriate behavior, our staff is here to help you.

Be respectful of the speakers and artists.

Please keep the premises clean.

In order to reduce the carbon impact of the festival, use low-carbon transportation solutions, namely bicycles and public transportation.


What is the best day to come to the festival with children?

Sunday afternoon, May 28, is designed for families with a free musical instrument making workshop by the association Joue à ton Rythme (1 to 3 pm). It's an opportunity to stroll around the Jardin des Nations, to improvise in the Salle de Sonance, to listen to the Triphonie concert (at 3pm), or to taste pancakes prepared by Les Délires de Fred. It's also the last opportunity to watch the two immersive short film sessions at Syllepse, "Futures Frontiers" and "Cinemascope".

Are children allowed in Syllepse?

Yes, they are welcome from 5 years old (free entrance). From 8 years old : reduced rate

How do I keep up to date with any programming changes?

By regularly visiting the festival website and in real time on our social networks :

Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

If there are any last minute changes to the festival, we will do our best to inform you.

Can we eat and drink on site during the festival?

  • Le Commun : during the opening and the cryptobars (18, 19, 20 and 27 May)
  • Groove night on 19.5 : bar from 10pm to 5.30am
  • Le Jardin des Nations : small catering by Les délires de Fred and Barje bar from 25 to 26.5 from 5pm to midnight, 27.5 from 2pm to midnight and 28.5 from 12pm to 6pm

Is it possible to participate in the festival as a volunteer?

Registration to join the Mapping Festival 2023 volunteer team is open.

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