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29.07.21
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Ce soir en direct du parvis du studio *Duuu à la Villette, un concert du groupe TNHCH.

TNHCH est un groupe d’artistes plasticiens formé par Corentin Canesson, Arthur Beuvier, Damien Le Dévédec, Tim Karbon et Maëla Bescond. Ils sortent en novembre 2020 ULTRA, à l’issue d’une résidence au centre d’art Lizières fondé par l’artiste pluri-disciplinaire Ramuntcho Matta, autour des textes du poète et critique d’art Rene Ricard. Un vinyle dont les pochettes ont été réalisées par 30 plasticien.ne.s dont : Clémentin Adou, Hélène Baril, Eva Barto, Jean Bourdet, Hugo Capron, Antoine Carbonne, Jean-Damien Charmoille, Mathis Collins, Joël Degbo, Hilary Galbreaith, Muriel Giroux, Charlotte Houette, Hélène Janicot, Ana Jotta,Petr Kirusha, François Lancien Guilberteau, Bérénice Lefebvre, Renée Lévi, Ramuntcho Matta, Jean-François Maurige, Julien Monnerie, Ryu Nishiyama, Marianne Pradier, Juliette Roche, K. Sato, Lise Stoufflet, Benjamin Swaim, David Tramut, Virginie Vallée, Xiao Wang.

Un concert proposé par le groupe TNHCH.

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23.11.16
Salt adds flavour to many foods
Julie Vayssière
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23.11.16
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Extrait lecture 5 min (version intégrale 10 min), Πνεῦμα, Lisbonne.

“For Marginalia and the theme “art and education” I chose to show a series of sentences taken from an online game conceived to learn English. These sentences mainly stage situations of educational and professional exchanges, business, tourism, immigration and integration, building gradually the pictures of the Foreigner, a distant country and an international culture. The examples from everyday life and the collective references are bound to private life, general knowledge, indisputable truths, standardized social behavior and fictitious media narratives. Love, fear, desire, disappointment, sadness, surprise, anger, joy, etc. Great feelings and emotions are also depicted. It is these educational and universal representations of the world and life, situated in a background, that I wished to put forward.”

Julie Vayssière was born in 1979 in Toulouse, France. She lives and works in Paris. Her work consists of photographs, videos and text taken from streets, vitrines, websites, her close friends and family. She prefers to make things simple, using ready-to-use materials in ordinary and undramatized ways. Vayssière can be seen as an artist who duplicates our commonplace surroundings; combining marketing language with conceptual processes, advertisements with intimate interviews, and redefining minimalist poetry.

Salt adds flavour to many foods (2), 28 Septembre 2016
The whole series is shown in the video Salt adds flavour to many foods (Learning English), 2014, 34′.
Merci à Pedro Neves Marques pour la lecture et à Estelle Nabeyrat pour l’invitation.

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