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PUBLIC WORKSHOP – MOULDING AND CERAMICS
Upon registration from February 20 to 24 2017 From February 20 to 24 2017 from 10 am to 6 pm _ students and adults Presentation The ceramics workshop will introduce to and study more thoroughly the techniques of moulding. It will allow the mastering of plaster moulding (followed by casting in ceramics) with all kinds of objects : organic, industrial or even made during the workshop… The workshop is lead by Jeffrey Haines and Jean-Sylvain Marchessou Method and techniques ▶ Learning the different techniques of production through moulding with plaster (pouring, casting) ▶ Preparing the models and prototypes ▶ Introduction to the finishing and firing techniques ▶ Analysis and group discussion about the projects (choice of techniques, material, setting…) Material The school will provide the material and equipment required for the workshop. Registration For further information, please contact the Pavillon Bosio, Ecole Supérieure d’Arts plastiques de la Ville de Monaco # (+377) 93 30 18 39 mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Workshop fees -250€ (or 50€/day) for people registered in the yearlong public workshops -325€ (or 65€/day) for people not registered in the yearlong public workshops.
LECTURE – Marc Cérisuelo – 2017 MARCH the 1rst 2017
After training in literature and philosophy, which disciplines he has both taught in secondary education in Paris, he soon specialised in cinematographic studies by following, notably, Christian Metz’s seminar at the EHESS and teaching history and aesthetic of cinema at Paris III. After presenting his doctorate thesis in 1998 and becoming PhD in 2007, he currently collaborates with Critique et Positif review. Both lecturer and author, he is altogether a critic, a historian and especially a cinema theorist. His work relates to the notions of meta-movie and cine-philosophy as well as to the fields of research that encompass historical poetics of movies and studies of cultural shifting in cinema.
LECTURE - Brice MATTHIEUSSENT – October 2016
Brice Matthieussent is a French writer, translator and editor. He is also an Aesthetics professor and the author of several critical essays. After graduating from the Ecole Supérieure des Mines of Paris in 1973, Brice Matthieussent gets his Phd in philosophy (aesthetics) in 1977. Since the end of the 1970s, he is dedicated to translating Anglophone and more particularly American literature to French language. He thus translated famous names from contemporary literature such as Charles Bukowski, John Fante, Paul Bowles, Jim Harrison, Bret Easton Ellis, Thomas McGuane, Robert McLiam Wilson and Richard Ford. Awarded in 1986 with the Maurice-Edgar Coindreau prize for the whole of his translations during that year, he was granted with the UNSECO- Françoise Gallimard prize for Eureka Street by Robert McLiam Wilson in 2001. In 2013, he receives the Jules Janin prize from the Académie Française for his translation of Jim Harrison’s work. Since 1990, he is also head of the collection “Fictives” at the Christian Bourgois Editions, where he essentially publishes American fiction. Moreover, Brice Matthieussent is a teacher of aesthetics at the Ecole Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Marseille. He also writes many critical texts and collaborates with different magazines, such as Art Press, Le Magazine Littéraire, La Revue d’Esthétique and Les Episodes. The lecture will take place in the Pavillon Bosio, on December 5th 2016.
CERAMICS ARC – ECART – INCERTAIN-GENRES 2015/2016
For each AERC (European Research Workshop in Ceramics) within the ECART network, the exhibition closes the session and comes with a publication. For this session, the format of the edition has evolved from a book to an online site. This site dedicated to the earliest project of the ECART network feeds the documentation of the workshops, meetings and trips. Moreover, it shows the student’s works as well as their layout within the exhibition Incertains Genres. This online space also provides reports of the connections generated by the successive meetings. The flexibility of its format allows exhaustiveness and therefore constitutes a record of the program’s editions since 2009. Access to the digital edition.
CONSTRUCTION STUDIO – 3rd YEAR – 10/2016
The technical issues that come out of the production of a model from its scaled drawing will be examined. A reflection on responsible architecture, within our political context where 75 % of humanity lives in cities or megalopolises, will accompany the achievements. Method The Conception of a building through a series of sketches, followed by the drawing of blueprints will lead to the cutting and assembly of material within the workshop. Aims Producing a more or less complex volume to acquire the technical knowledge for the conception and construction of models will question contemporary architecture and allow the students to assimilate the logics of assembling.
CONSTRUCTION STUDIO – 3rd YEAR – 10/2016
A historical and theoretical course on the conception of a space, based on Frederick Kiesler’s work, from design to volume. Production of drawings, objects and models. Lay out of the objects depending on different protocols. Lighting, critical analysis of the exercise’s potentialities. A series of exercises is proposed in order to engage experimentation by following a precise process : making of models _ cutting, re-mounting, collage. Each exercise will lead to the production of objects, drawings, pictures or installations. The propositions will then be analysed, as well as the effects of light and colour on the objects.
A 2015 ALUMNI IN RESIDENCE IN GIVERNY
Inès Panizzi, who graduated from the ESAP in 2015 with magna cum laude distinction, was admitted in residence by the Versailles Foundation Inc for a period of three months in Giverny, from July 1 to October 1 2016. The first week was dedicated to preparing her first personal exhibition, Flots Tremblants, which was presented at the Galerie Incognito in Paris, from the 7th to the 28th of July 2016. She later shot a film in the gardens of Monet, which is currently being edited, from which some stills have been taken.
STUDIO – 2nd Year - 10/2016 Built Space
LECTURE – Jennifer LACEY – 2016 October
Jennifer Lacey is an American choreographer based in Paris. Member of the Randy Warshaw company in the 1990’s in New York, she dances with Jennifer Monson, DD Dorvillier, John Jasperse, Yvonne Meir or even Elle Fisher among others. Alongside, she starts to develop her own choreographic work that she presents at the PS 122, at the Movement Research Danspace St Marks as well as in different theatres and festivals across Europe, the Kaaitheater, la Ménagerie de Verre and more particularly the Szene festival Salzburg. In 2000, Jennifer Lacey moves to Paris. She founds the company Megagloss with Caroline Bodin and starts a privileged collaboration with visual artist and scenographer Nadia Lauro. Together, they markedly create $Shot (2000), the series Châteaux of France (2001-2005), This is an Epic (2003), Mhmmmm (2005), Les Assistantes (2008). These last years, next to her work with Nadia Lauro, Jennifer Lacey has produced several projects with equivocal boarders : Projet Bonbonnière, a live and itinerant research project conceived to rehabilitate Italian theatre venues ; Prodwhee!, a series of disposable performances using hosting in residence as exchange money ; Robin Hood, a mythical and invisible performance with artist Cerith Wyn Evans ; Robin Hood-The Tour, a theft perpetrated with composer and musician Florian Hecker and more recently, Transmaniastan, a work commissioned in the framework of “A Choreographed Exhibition” at the Kunsthalle St. Gallen. Otherwise, Jennifer Lacey choreographed several soli amongst which Two discussions of an anterior event, Tall, OUCH! and Gattica. More recently, she has been collaborating with artist Tonija Livingstone for the performance Culture and Administration.