The extension and finalization of a commission given to the artist Eulàlia Valldosera by the members of the association Les amis de la maison de la Mémoire du Royans, a community museum that they founded in Rochechinard (Isère, France) in 1979.
This publication brings together the communications material issued at Furkart, an ephemeral art laboratory opened every summer at the Furka Pass in the Swiss Alps between 1983 and 1996. These ephemera edited by Furkart founder Marc Hostettler are printed actual size and provide a chronological account of this unique adventure.
A conversation with French artist Céline Ahond whose work—from video and objects to performance and collaborative acts—questions the place of the individual, power relations, the territory, and the eventuality of freedom.
A conversation with multidisciplinary artist Virginie Yassef about her work The Veldt, inspired by a play by writer Ray Bradbury. An interview contucted by Julie Pellerin, Mathieu Copeland, and Philippe Quesne.
Study book made by artist George Trakas in response to a commission issued by inhabitants of the Lamelouze commune in the southern French region of Gard, north of Alès (as part of the “New Patrons” program, initiated and supported by the Fondation de France).
An in-depth exploration of the Canadian artist's anthropology-based research method in the form of a conversation with Corinna Ewald, Smaranda Olcèse, and Julie Pellegrin (inaugural title of the “Digressions” series initiated by La Ferme du Buisson in collaboration with Captures editions).
A conversation with French performer Benjamin Seror with Keren Detton, Julie Pellegrin and Eva Wittocx. Together they look at Seror's recent projects and influences, and discuss the notions at the core of his practice (inaugural title of the “Digressions” series initiated by La Ferme du Buisson in collaboration with Captures editions).
Reconstitution of a comic book appearing at the beginning of the film Fahrenheit 451 by François Truffaut. With this publication, Spanish artist Francesc Ruiz also questions the status of the comic book at the time the film was made and also within the dystopian universe originally created by Ray Bradbury.
Dector & Dupuy's artistic research focuses on the city as a space for improvisation and vanishing lines. This retrospective monograph listed in alphabetical order comes with an additional publication—the first issue of the duo's periodic SONG.