Summer workshop co-organized by La Chaire Arts & Sciences and Espace Mendès France / Lieu Multiple in Poitiers, in partnership with the Sustainable Development Chair of École Polytechnique, La Scène de Recherche (ENS Paris-Saclay), SIANA (Evry), EESI (École européenne supérieure de l’image de Poitiers), ENSI-Poitiers, the PPrime Institute (P’), Les Usines (Ligugé) and with support from Labex LaSIPS.
A week of meetings to question our relationships with our plant and digital environment, which are being made more acute by the current health and climate context.
5 research-creation workshops:
LAB1 | “À l’écoute du monde d’après” (“Listening to the World Beyond”)
Supervisors Anouk Daguin, artist and doctoral student in arts & sciences (École Polytechnique), assisted by Esther Chevreau-Damour (Master 2 in anthropology-Université de Lyon 2)
LAB2 | “Devenir plante : voir par le corps” (“Becoming Plant: seeing with the body”) (infrared architecture)
Supervisors: Jean-Marc Chomaz (artist-physicist, co-head of La Chaire Arts & Sciences) and three researchers from the PPrime Institute
LAB 3 | “Tépales, Sépales, Pétales : croissance en états d’artificialité” (“Tepals, Sepals, Petals: growth in states of artificiality”
Supervisors: Giancarlo Rizza (Nanophysicist, LSI – École Polytechnique) and Antoine Desjardins (artist, EnsadLab, École des Arts Décoratifs)
LAB 4 | “Paysages immatériels – Topologie des flux & empreinte physique du numérique” (“Immaterial Landscapes – Topology of flows & physical footprint of digital technology”
Supervisors: Raphaëlle Kerbrat (EnsadLab doctoral student) and Hervé Pérard (chief representative of SIANA)
LAB 5 | “Reconnaissance faciale : des visages, des mondes” (“Facial recognition: faces, worlds”)
Supervisors: Nathalie Guimbretière (designer, Ens Paris-Saclay), Hervé Jolly (visual artist, EESI) and Chloé Desmoineaux (artist)
This intensive week ended with an exhibition at Espace Mendès France on the weekend of July 10 and 11, to present, to a broad public, the creations (e.g., prototypes, photographs, videos, drawings, diagrams) and performances developed during the week, to a broad public.
Useful Fictions #2 : Prendre Racine took place at the same time as the summer seminar devoted to the Great Green Wall.https://www.franceculture.fr/emissions/grand-reportage/la-grande-muraille-verte-clef-de-lavenir-de-lafrique