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A system to exchange knowledge for a library2017

The library from HEAR art school ran an open call for projects which could question the identity of the place and its usage. I elaborated a simple and effortless card system to facilitate the exchange of ideas and notations between students, based on the observation of the user’s behavior and their interactions. This project was selected and is now in use.
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Objets Lourds: exhibition catalogue2017

Catalogue for the exhibition Objets Lourds (March 2014). This exhibition questions the relation and confrontation between the notion of heaviness and lightness, while proposing a different approach to the traditional white cube space with displaying artworks suspended by air balloons. The catalogue was designed to match the non-linearity of the exhibition. The catalogue features reproductions (A3) of the 25 posters which are not bundled and can thus be reorganized or hang on the wall. Moreover, the list of the participants is showed regarding the floor plan. Each catalogue although has a different floor where the posters have always a different place in the space. This piece of the catalogue was coded (Processing) in order to generate this randomness.
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A 90min contemplative video on World War 12016

The Strasbourg Music Conservatory approached us to produce a 90minutes video as a visual background for a show. The show aimed to present the stories of 2 writers and musicians during the WW1 by the alternation of the reading of their mails and playing of their music. This project is a collaboration with Romain Goetz and Iris Winckler and was realized with the help of Camille Aussibal, Mayssa Jaoudat and Laurie Oyarzun.
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Concept for an exhibition questioning the heaviness2017

Objets Lourds is an exhibition which took place in the HEAR Art School for three days in March 2014. It featured the visual proposals and posters of 25 students who contributed to the project and worked on the notion of heaviness. The main idea of this proposal was to question the concept of heaviness as opposed to lightness, while experimenting with new ways of displaying artworks. The posters were indeed suspended to air balloons. This offered a semantic and physical ambivalence between the heaviness of the posters (the representation but also the physical quality of the paper) and the lightness of the balloons. This original exhibition plan also led to re-consider the exhibition space itself. Because of the constant moving artworks, their order was always random. Moreover, this constant move was also inciting the visitors to touch the artworks and move around with them. This project is a collaboration with Estelle Bizet.  
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