Entries by Julie Sauret

1fff Dissect – aftermovie

Dissect : Round table / Performance, Centre Pompidou – 03.29.19 DISSECT: a contemporary debate around, with and about works of art. A discussion combining words, gestures and objects in an experimental format. DISSECT renews the traditional round table debate, inspired by anatomical tables. Like scientific bodies, works of art are placed at the centre of […]

1fff Behavioral Matter – aftermovie

International arts, sciences & design workshop, Centre Pompidou – 02.23 / 04.14.2019 How can we create by taking inspiration from life or with life, compose with living or partially living systems or organisms? This approach, which involves rethinking the relationships between humans, non-humans and environments, is implemented here by exploring the notion of “behavior”, whether […]

1ffffffff Useful Fictions : International art & science Symposium, École polytechnique, 9-15.09.19

Useful fictions Useful fictions : an intensive week of collaboration between artists, scientists and designers in order to create new narratives about ecological thinking, by re-evaluating the notion of measurement, considered here as a “useful fiction” but not a definitive or absolute one. A first partnership between the Universities of California (UC Davis, UC Irvine […]

1fffff Exoplanète Terre, Launch Evening, EnsAD – 03.22.19

:: EXOPLANÈTE 2ffff TERRE :: New initiative by 9 cultural actors in Ile-de-France, “Exoplanète Terre” offers – from March 2019 to February 2020 – a programme linking arts and sciences to consider Earth as a planet to be discovered, between ecological and anthropotechnic questions. A itinerant program proposed by: The Biennale Némo, the CAC Brétigny, […]

1fffffff Art et Robotics : debate, ENS theatre, 09.11.28

“Can robots and computer algorithms extend and enrich the artistic experience? Are machines and computer programs really able to guide and amplify artistic creation?” On September 11 at the École Normale Supérieure – PSL, a robotics specialist, Jean-Paul Laumond (Académie des Sciences & Technologies), a mathematician, Yves Laszlo (ENS), Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel (Département Histoire et Théorie […]