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A DAY WITH ULLA VON BRANDENGURG

A DAY WITH ULLA VON BRANDENGURG

We invite you to spend a day with Ulla von Brandenburg. Visit the artist's studio in Paris and learn more about her studies, the evolution of her work from theatre set designs to art and the importance of films, texts and history in her artistic practice. She chose to take us to the the Musee Gustave Moreau and Palais de Tokyo.Video: InstanT...

Behind the Art(Piece) | I Lost my Page again, Brognon Rollin

Behind the Art(Piece) | I Lost my Page again, Brognon Rollin

BEHIND THE ART(PIECE) series explores museums and their collections by focusing on a particular artwork. This time we invite you to discover "I Lost My Page Again" photographs by Brognon Rollin from MAC VAL collection.   I Lost my Page again (Page 11), Brognon Rollin,...

PARADES FOR FIAC : OLIVER BEER

PARADES FOR FIAC : OLIVER BEER

  Born in 1985, Oliver Beer lives and works in London. Stray Voices uses radio waves and explores Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP). Also known as “stray voices”, EVP are unclear and unknown vocal sounds that appear in sound recordings, in radio reception or in amplification by electronic devices. They are sometimes interpreted as supernatural phenomena. An installation of sculptural elements – including the strings of an upturned grand piano – serve as antennas, which capture the...

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PARADES FOR FIAC : KIM GORDON & DIMITRI CHAMBLAS

PARADES FOR FIAC : KIM GORDON & DIMITRI CHAMBLAS

Choreographer, dancer, curator and CalArts Dean Dimitri Chamblas joins forces with Kim Gordon, a visual artist and “one of the boldest women in rock” according to The New Yorker, for an intimate and experimental performance between music and movement. The audience is invited to explore the setting where the performance takes place and engage in an immersive, open-ended journey.« I’m upside down but there is still sound coming from my guitar which lies over on the ground. The lights are blurry...

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PARADES FOR FIAC : FANNY ADLER & VINCENT MADAME

PARADES FOR FIAC : FANNY ADLER & VINCENT MADAME

PÉTRICHOR AMOR, 2019 Since 2007, Fanny Adler and Vincent Madame have collaborated on vocal performances which they define as chanted, rhythmic and musical landscapes. Through song, they explore stylistic themes borrowed from literature or popular culture, revisiting Bernard-Marie Koltès, Jean Genet, Pierre Gicquel, Henri Michaux, Guillaume Apollinaire and Robert Kramer.“What if our desires and bodies were attracting us towards the back of a cave or to the foot of a tree rather than beneath the...

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