Recent publications by Jean-Louis Vincendeau

On the occassion of the award of the Silver Lion to Haris Epaminonda at the Venice Biennial we are happy to publish the translation of a poetic text written by Jean-Louis Vincendeau, inspired by her installation VOL.XVI at Le Plateau, Paris in 2015 (French version).   It is also an occassion to point out two other recent publications by Vincendeau – « Blanche déese de la rivière Separa» in the wonderful magazine Fabulla and « Au bord du blanc», ‘Suis-moi’ in the Revue Sarrazine. Haris Epaminonda “Stelle”, the word “place” Haris Epaminonda, Untitled #04 a/w, 2016, VOL.XIXinstallation view… Read More

The garden of Gilles Clément

This is certainly the year of the most surprising and inspiring collaborations for Bureau Doove. Recently I was asked by Rita Cachao if I could supply her with photos of the unique rooftop garden on the submarine base in Saint-Nazaire by Gilles Clément for a project she is developing. As it happened Ollivier Moreels and Jean-Louis Vincendeau had explored the garden already in view of their ongoing film project. Another international collaboration of the Currer Bell College was born. To be continued. Find below the translation of the text that Jean-Louis Vincendeau… Read More

Traces of Didda 2

During the recent film festival Zone Portuaires at Saint-Nazaire, dedicated to Scandinavian film, Ollivier Moreels, Jean-Louis Vincendeau and I had the honour to colloborate with the Icelandic actress and poet Didda Jonsdottir. We filmed in the port of Saint-Nazaire where Didda wrote some of her poems on the rusty buoys as part of The Film without End by Moreels and Vincendeau. The movie recordings have now been edited and subtitled. You can find them here. The text by Jean-Louis Vincendeau is a poetic description of the film shooting with references to the… Read More


Currer Bell College proposes Conversations, a series of propositions by Jean-Louis Vincendeau and Edith Doove in which we bring the work of two different artists, writers or other in conversation with each other. The work does not function as an illustration of the other, but through its often poetic confrontation seeks to discover new forms of knowledge. Find Conversation#1 Bruno Dietsch – Guillaume Ertaud here. Image Guillaume Ertaud