Are you sure you want to permanently erase this creation?
Cherch*, Curat* et Aut*
Vit à : Paris , France
With a background in anthropology, Julien Ribeiro is the curator and founder of the Lavoir Public, a creative space dedicated to mutating writing in Lyon, which he directed until 2016. He works on the impact of politics on our lives and on our creative processes, the place of minorities playing a central role in this research. He is a founding member of the WAW collective (LGBTQI archive and contemporary art) and is associated with the programming of the exhibition David Wojnarowicz – History Keeps Me Awake at Night at the Mudam (2019). He is also part of the follow-up committee for the exhibition VIH/sida: L’épidémie n’est pas finie! (2021) at the Mucem in Marseille. He is currently working on “silent knowledge” and the “disease as a partner” as an associated curator at the Antre-Peaux (Bourges) and more generally on new forms of knowledges transmission. He is in charge of the “AIDS and cultures” section of the magazine Remaides. He was a laureate of the 2021 International City of the Arts in collaboration with the CNAP, where his research focused on the links between restorative justice and aesthetics. Today, he is working on different projects, including Expanded Scream with Stéphane Roussel, an exhibition about screams, their representations and their reception in art history. From December 2022, he will be resident again at the Cité Internationale des Arts to continue his research.