Wednesday, March 13 – 10 am> 7 pm
International City of Arts – Auditorium
As part of the France – Romania season and in partnership with the Cité internationale des arts, CEA is organizing EUROPEAN CURATORIAL FUTURES, a unique and unique program of meetings and exchanges on curatorial practices in Europe from March 12 to 15, 2019. By promoting the mobility of French curators, we offer a complete program of visits and exchanges around curatorial practices to European curators. Within this program of research and prospection, a short residence of 4 days in Paris is proposed to several European curators.
More information on the EUROPEAN CURATORIAL FUTURES program
In partnership with Paris 8 University, C-E-A is organizing a study day on 13 March as part of this EUROPEAN CURATORIAL FUTURES research program, with the support of the France-Romania season.
The cycle “Exhibition Writing Research” is born from the collaboration between a professional association of curators (C-E-A) and a university laboratory (Laboratory EA 4010: Image Arts and Contemporary Art (AIAC), University Paris 8). It aims to question the exhibition and its research as a writing operation, raising the situations of transition and transgression that it can arouse. It invites artists, critics, curators, academics for meetings, conference-workshops and exhibition experiments. It takes place at the Cité internationale des arts from winter 2018 to spring 2019. After a first day organized by the University Paris 8 in collaboration with Ensadlab – Displays, on December 17, 2018, this 2nd day is also part of as part of the EUROPEAN CURATORIAL FUTURES program to open our reflection on curatorial practices in artistic research and training. Our wish is to analyze the contemporary contexts of the curatorial activity in the broad sense, but also to develop a prospective approach. To consider a line of work that could enrich the reflection and experimentation on the articulation of artistic practice / curatorial practice at the level of research and training.
Organizers · C-E-A (Damien Airault, Marianne Derrien), Paris 8 University: AIAC Laboratory (Nathalie Desmet)
>> Morning Program 10h> 13h
The morning will be dedicated to the presentation of projects and curatorial devices as well as to an exchange around the stakes posed by these new approaches both pedagogical and curatorial. Presentations and exchanges will take place in English.
Iuliana Dumitru – Tranzit – (Romania)
Curator associated with tranzit in Bucharest.
Tranzit.ro was founded in 2012 on the initiative of the ERSTE Foundation, becoming the fifth member of Tranzit.org, a network of non-profit and independent organizations in Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary and the Slovak Republic . Tranzit.ro has the distinction of being itself a network, in three permanent spaces in the cities of Iasi, Cluj and Bucharest. Tranzit.ro, through a wide range of activities, experimenting different methodologies of work and collaboration, wants to be an innovative platform dedicated to contemporary art. Founded by a collective of curators and artists from Romania (Matei Bejenaru, Livia Pancu, Lia Perjovschi, Attila Tordai-S, Raluca Voinea), Tranzit.ro aims to encourage contemporary artistic practices developed in Romania in different socio-cultural contexts local, through a wide range of activities. Since the beginning of 2018 Tranzit.ro/Bucureşti launches a specific program.
Dragos Olea – KILOBASE BUCHAREST: The thrills of clumsy curating – (Romania)
Member of the curatorial duo KILOBASE BUCHAREST with Sandra Demetrescu and the transdisciplinary collective Apparatus 22 with Maria Farcas and Erika Olea.
KILOBASE BUCHAREST is an artistic project that moves between nomadic art gallery and curatorial collective. This project started in 2010 with the artist Ioana Nemes and since 2016 it is developed with the curator Sandra Demetrescu. KILOBASE BUCHAREST wishes to explore three main themes: the economy, the queer and the city of Bucharest.
Veronica Valentini – E.M.M.A- (Spain)
Curator, founder of E.M.M.A, mediator of New Sponsors in Spain, co-director of BAR project and BAR TOOL, member of C-E-A.
E.M.M.A. Experimenting Means and Methods in Arts is a collaborative and curatorial organization for artistic and cultural practices that encourage dialogue and exploration of the arts through various forms of presence. E.M.M.A. develops an annual program of internationally itinerant artistic research that begins with a joint study of a group in conviviality for several days, followed by residencies and personal projects of the scholars. E.M.M.A. and its program are conceived and activated by Veronica Valentini and developed and co-produced in partnership with a multitude of associates (artists, curators, researchers, individuals, non-profit organizations and institutions). Thus, since 2018 E.M.M.A. is one of the structures that develop the action New Sponsors in Spain.
Lore Gablier – European Cultural Foundation, Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Curator, Program Officer at the European Cultural Foundation in Amsterdam.
Graduated from the School of Fine Arts in Valencia in 2004, she pursued, from 2005 to 2006, the training course in curatorial practices at the École du Magasin in Grenoble. Since then, she has curated exhibitions and participated in numerous editorial projects as an independent. From 2008 to 2011, she was guest curator and publisher at the Generator Gentilly where, in 2009, she co-initiated Frasq, annual performance festival. From 2009 to 2013, she was coordinator of the École du Magasin and the following year, she directed the Contemporary Art Center of the Ferme du Buisson in Noisiel for the 2013-2014 season. Since 2015, she has been working as a program officer at the European Cultural Foundation in Amsterdam, where she is also co-curator of La Cocina’s artistic program.
Iragaëlle Monnier – Network artist documents (France)
Responsible for development and projects.
A singular visibility of the artistic scenes.
The Artists Documents projects exist in the PACA region (since 1999), Brittany (2009), Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes (2011) and New Aquitaine (2012). Their common mission is to present, through the online edition of monographic files, the work of contemporary artists from different territories. These documentary collections, accessible to both art professionals and amateurs, offer a free digital resource, exponential and editorialized. The Artist Document Network is conducting a rigorous reflection on the issues of the representation of art on the Internet, the evolution of documentary methods, online publishing, image processing and information. It is considered as a device open to new projects that would see the day in other regions in France and abroad, in compliance with common commitments.
>> 13h-14h30 Break Lunch (by invitation)
>> Afternoon – 3.30pm – 7pm
The afternoon will be devoted to exchanges by reactivating a performative project designed by the collective Apparatus 22, Positive Tension (curating kit).
Time for collective exchanges on the curating> reservation essential (35 people maximum) by mail and put on object “Curating Kit”
Positive tension (on the curating) is a performance that took place at the Stedelijk Museum with De Appel CP (Amsterdam), Villa Empain (Brussels), YARAT Academy (Baku), Domino (Cluj), at Duparc Residence (Turin), Salonul de Proiecte (Bucharest) in collaboration with ARC Bucharest & KILOBASE BUCHAREST, ArtPort (Tel Aviv), The Bellas Artes (Manila), / ecm – education / curating / management | Universität für angewandte Kunst (Vienna), http://tranzit.org/en (Bucharest) in collaboration with C-E-A, and Closer Art Center (Kiev) …
Apparatus 22 is a transdisciplinary artistic collective – installations, performances, texts – founded in January 2011 by current members Erika Olea, Maria Farcas, Dragos Olea with Ioana Nemes (1979 – 2011) in Bucharest, Romania. Since 2015, they work between Brussels and Bucharest. They perceive themselves as a collective of dreamers, researchers, poetic activists and (failed) futurists interested in exploring the complex relationships between economics, politics, gender studies, social movements, religion and religion. fashion in order to understand contemporary society. In their diverse works, they offer a critical approach through the experience of design, sociology, literature and economics. Apparatus 22 also creates performances in the public space, interventions in private spaces and other hybrid forms of encounters.
Among their projects, the works of Apparatus 22 were shown at the 2013 Venice Biennale, BOZAR – Center for Fine Arts, Brussels (BE), Museion, Bolzano (IT), Kunsthalle Wien (AT), Royal Academy of Fine Arts Arts of Brussels (BE), Brukenthal Museum Contemporary Art Gallery, Sibiu (RO), Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart (DE), Contemporary Art Museum (MNAC), Bucharest (RO), Futura, Prague (CZ), Ujazdowski Castle – Center for Contemporary Art, Warsaw (PL), Salonul de Proiecte, Bucharest (RO), Suprainfinit Gallery, Bucharest (RO), GALLLERIAPIÙ, Bologna (IT), Steirischer Herbst, Graz (AT), Stedelijk Museum with De Appel CP Amsterdam (NL) ), Yarat Academy, Baku (AZ), Villa Empain, Brussels (BE) …
International City of Arts – Auditorium
18 rue de l’Hôtel de Ville
This day is organized with the support of the French Institute of Paris and Romania in partnership with the Cité internationale des arts, Paris 8 University, the Réseau documents d’artistes, E.M.M.A and Tranzit.ro.