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).
is a series of conversations with artists. Initiated by La Ferme du Buisson Centre for Contemporary Art in association with Captures editions, the series accompanies the art centre's exhibition programme. Taking as their starting point a group discussion, these publications offer an insight into the thinking, the references, the methods—and sometimes the meanderings—that fuel a creative process.
Published following the project “Alfred Jarry
Archipelago,” at Quartier, Quimper, at M-Museum, Leuven, and at La Ferme du Buisson, Marne-la-Vallée, in 2015 and 2016.
Keren Detton is director of the Grand Large Hauts-de-France Region Contemporary Art Collection. She was director of Le Quartier Centre for Contemporary Art in Quimper, Brittany, from 2009 to 2016.
Julie Pellegrin is director of the Ferme du Buisson Centre for Contemporary Art and artistic director of the Performance Day festival.
Eva Wittocx is head of contemporary art at M-Museum Leuven and curator of the Playground festival.
Born 1979 in Lyon, Benjamin Seror lives and works in Brussels.