Currer Bell College anniversary

CBC au Palais

Jean-Louis Vincendeau – Laboratoire hors les murs au palais de Tokyo le 3 mars 2020

Exactly one year ago Jean-Louis Vincendeau and Edith Doove revived the Currer Bell College during a meeting in Saint-Nazaire. To celebrate this memorable fact, we offer you a series of photographical poetic interpretations made during a recent visit with MA students of ESADHaR to the exhibition ‘Notre monde brûle’ at the Palais de Tokyo. Quite accidently, but also quite apt, this anniversary coincides with International Women’s Day.

Venue de la lune

Jean-Louis Vincendeau –
Venue de la lune glacée
Sur la rambarde des profondeurs
(Michael Rakowitz, The Invisible Enemy Should not Exist, 2007-…)

La puissance

Agathe Schneider – La puissance de 3 soleils (Yto Barrada, The Power of Two or Three Suns, 2020)

Le géant tranqparante

Thomas Maestro – Le géant transparent (Khalil El Ghrib – Sans titre, sans date)

Pas après pas

Fleur Leclere – Pas après pas (Michael Rakowitz, The Invisible Enemy Should not Exist, 2007-…)

l'encaissée encaisser

Edith Doove – L’enfermé enfermer (Mustapha Akrim, Construction (I), 2020)


En partenariat avec ESADHaR Rouen Le Havre et Transtechnology Research, University of Plymouth


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