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Composition of the Jury for the Diplôme National d'Art en Art & Scénographie _ National Bachelor degree in Art and Scenography. Mr Maxime BONDU, artist (President of the jury) Mr Loïc LE GROUMELLEC, artist Mrs Ondine BREAUD, higher education professor at the Pavillon Bosio The Graduates of 2018 : AUMONIER Léa (Magna cum laude distinction) BOUTAHRA Charles (Magna cum laude distinction) FIRMIN Laurine (Magna Cum Laude distinction) LEMAIRE Margot (Cum laude distinction) MAGD Alban (Cum laude distinction) NEGRO Jovita (Magna cum laude distinction) PAGES Céline (Cum laude distinction) RAVEU Clément (Cum laude distinction) VIE Victoria
CINEMA – 2nd year - 05/2018
PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE
TEATRO DUE / PARMA / ITALY INVITED ARTIST Paola Donati (director of the Teatro Due) AIMS : To write, cut, make, edit and project a footage. METHOD : Film analysis, discussions, writing, staging, shooting, editing and postproduction. CONTENT : From multiple more or less truthful cinema adaptations of Gaston Leroux’s novel « The Phantom of the Opera » (Rupert Julian, Terence Fisher, Brian de Palma, Dario Argento) and from many other movies that explore the fantasy of the stage from its backstage, machinery and rehearsals (Ingmar Bergman, Jacques Rivette, Alejandro Gonzalez Iñiárritu), the students will be invited to conceive and shoot the sequence of a movie. Phase 1 (3 day studio, at the Pavillon Bosio) : writing a synopsis, a treatment, a preliminary shooting script, a continuity, a pre-cut ; a break-down ; and elaborating a work schedule. Phase 2 (5 day workshop at the Teatro Due in Parma, Italy) : location scouting ; rehearsals ; technical cut-out ; shooting. Phase 3 (2 day studio at the Pavillon Bosio) : editing ; post-production.
SCENOGRAPHY FOR LIVE PERFORMANCE ARC – 05/2018
IMPRÉVUS 2018 : DIGITAL BODY 1
AIMS Within the framework of the Imprévus, the students are to prepare a show that gathers dancers, performers and interactive devices in a same space. METHOD The research led by the students from the Pavillon Bosio, the students from the Creation and management of Digital Picture department of the Aix-Marseille University, along with certain students from Maastricht will be applied within practical workshops. The students will also collaborate with the choreographer-dancers from the Ballets de Monte-Carlo Dance company. CONTENT The elaborated projects and the interactive principles developed and tested during workshops at the Princesse Grace theater will give its shape to each show project. It encompasses an artistic and technical collaboration with the choreographers, the students from the Aix-Marseille University and the stage professionals, in the perspective of a public presentation during the Imprévus shows of 2018. All the techniques specific to live performance will be broached (machinery, lights, sound, costumes…) whether in solo or within groups.
PHOTOGRAPHY – 2nd year -02/ 2018
The 250th anniversary of the birth of François-Joseph Bosio
AIMS : By confronting the work of François-Joseph Bosio and contemporary photography, the students make staged photographs in the perspective of an exhibition in the cityscape of Monaco. METHOD : Divided in 3 or 4 groups, the students will make series of photographs based on given themes. The latter concern the artist as a person, his work, the 19th century period and the model. Alongside, as the students make the pictures they will explore plastic choices concerning the staging, the set, and the techniques of studio portraiture. CONTENT : Depending on the themes they broach, the students will have to mark and choose existing elements for their sets such as the museum, including its exhibition space and its stock, and the urban space. They will make photographic backdrops (paintings, drawings, photographs) for their studio shooting. They will propose an answer related to the sculptural work of François-Joseph Bosio regarding the questions of the costume, the accessory and the posture of the bodies. The realisation of these projects will be fostered by a work on lighting and shooting techniques. Finally, with the outcome of an exhibition, they will work on the choices and editing of pictures.
VILLA ARSON – 1rst year – 04/2018
TEACHER Frédéric Pohl INVITED ARTIST Anne Séchet AIMS To comprehend the complete chain of an artistic project that uses the offset and silkscreen printing techniques. METHOD Expérimentations graphiques à l’aide des outils numériques (Adobe Illustrator et Indesign), du dessin et des techniques de reproduction sérigraphique. Expérimentation avec les machines, approche des techniques et des processus de fonctionnement de l’atelier de sérigraphie. Graphical experimentations with he help of digital tools (Adobe Illustrator and Indesign), of drawing and silkscreen reproduction techniques. To experience the use of machines, to broach the techniques and processes of the functioning of a silkscreen printing workshop. CONTENT Through a reflection based on the 2004 argentine documentary directed by Pino Solanas, Memorias del Saqueo, the students will interrogate the means of transposing a film into a printed document. The workshop takes place in the silkscreen-printing workshop of the Ensa- Valla Arson. After the preparation work made during studios at the ESAP, it will learn the steps, methods and vocabulary related to offset and silkscreen printing : ink, emulsion, mesh, template, lining up.
FJB On The Rock
Celebration of François-Joseph Bosio’s 250th birthday
On the occasion of the 250th birthday of François-Joseph Bosio, the 2nd year students have lead a reflection upon the sculptor’s work. A dialog was set between this self-taught artist, who is among the most gifted representatives of the neo-classical aesthetic, and the young creators of art school. The stagings that were invented for this homage have integrated the etchings and paintings of one of his peer, Jean-François Bosio, brother of the artist. By diving into the question of the body’s posture, costumes and props, the photographs, made in the Théâtre Princesse Grace, not only emphasize the visual impact of an 18th century work, but also shift it within a contemporary artistic context. The pictures will be visible from April 20 2018, during a photographic walk along the Avenue Saint-Martin in Monaco. Special thanks to : Direction des Affaires Culturelles, Théâtre Princesse Grace, Nouveau Musée National de Monaco.
Changing Sets – Artist Scenography after 1969 - Colloquium
La Criée, Théâtre National Marseille & Aix-en-Provence School of Art
Changing Sets Artist sceography after 1969 Colloquium on April 17 and 18 2018 within the framework of the Lucio Fanti course Tuesday April 17 at La Criée, Théâtre national Marseille Wednesday April 18 at the Aix-en-Provence School of Art Free entrance, seats subject to availability. Initiated by the Centre d’Art Contemporain Intercommunal d’Istres and the Aix-en-Provence School of Art, in partnership with La Criée, Théâtre National de Marseille, these meetings will cross the speeches of artists, directors and art historians in the aim to query the contemporary set designs with a look upon the former scenographic experiences of narrative figuration painters such as Gilles Aillaud, Antonio Recalcati or Eduardo Arroyo, since the end of the 60’s. These new scenic uses will be placed in perspective with the plurality of current plastic practices, with the up-comings of multimedia elements and digital technologies on stage. Program of the colloquium >> The full program of the colloquium, with the detail and presentation of each contibutor is available for download. << Tuesday 17th of April – La Criée, Théâtre national de Marseille : • 9:30 am- Reception • 10:00 – Opening speech by Macha Makeïeff, director of La Criée, Théâtre national de Marseille, stage director and scenographer, Catherine Soria, art director of the Centre d’art contemporain intercommunal of Istres, and Christian Merlhiot, director of the Aix-en Provence School of Art. • 10:15 – Changing sets ? by Barbara Satre, art historian and teacher at the Aix-en-Provence School of Art. • 11:00 - Titina Maselli, scenographer : « Giving a litterary authority to visual artistic facts » by Michèle Raoul-Davis, dramaturgist and Bernard Sobel, stage director. • 12: 00 pm – Lunch break • 2:00 – The « Young Painting » artists and theater (1968-2010) by Jean Jourdheuil, author, translator, director and senior lecturer (Paris X – Nanterre). • 3:00 – The to and fros between painting and scenography of Gilles Aillaud and Eduardo Arroyo by Bernard Michel, artist and scenographer. • 4:00 – The painters and the set. What relationships ? by Michel Archimbaud, professor at the Conservatoire National Supérieur d’Art Dramatique, and teacher at the Université Paris-Sorbonne in history of performance and general artistic culture. • 5:00 - Break • 5:30 – Discussion session – Artist scenography after 1969 animated by Arnaud Maïsetti, senior lecturer in live arts at Aix-Marseille Université, with Lucio Fanti, artist and scenographer, Peter Stein, stage director, Jean Jourdheuil, author and director, Bernard Sobel, director, Michèle Raoul-Davis, dramaturgist, Ellen Hammer, director, Bernard Michel, artist and scenographer. Wednesday 18th of April – Aix-en-Provence School of Art : • 9:30 am - Reception • 10:00 - Conversation auround Gilles Aillaud with Jean-Christophe Bailly, author, and Philippe Roux, professor in philosophy of art at the Saint Etienne Higher School of Art and Design. • 11:00 – A Pop Opera ? The question of Pop art in David Hockney’s contributions to the scenography of The Rake’s Progress. by Marine Shütz, research engineer, post-doctorat student at the Université Rennes 2, projet ECHOES. • 12:00 pm – Lunch Break • 2:00 – Dialogical spaces, case study in Jan Fabre’s works. by Lydie Toran, artist, researcher and teacher at the École Supérieure d’Art d’Avignon. • 3:00 - Scenographie of fakeness by François Lejault, artist, video artist and professor at the Aix-en-Provence School of Art. • 4:00 - « Don’t trust anyone other thirty »(2004) : the story of a collaboration for the stage between Dan Graham, Tony Oursler, Laurent P.Berger, Philippe Huber, Japanther, and Rodney Graham by Mathilde Roman, professor at Pavillon Bosio, Art&Scénographie, École Supérieure d’Arts Plastiques de la Ville de Monaco. Complementary to the colloquium, within the framework of the Lucio Fanti course Tuesday April 17, 7 pm - La Criée, Théâtre National de Marseille Opening of the exhibition “Lucio Fanti”, exhibition from April 17 to June 15 2018 Thurday Arpil 19 at 6:30 pm - Centre d’art contemporain intercommunal d’Istres Opening of the exhibition “Teatrini”, exhibition from April 20 to July 20 2018 Friday April 20 at 7 pm - Frac Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, experimental stage Opening of the exhibition “La Barque Atelier”, exhibition from April 20 to June 3 2018 Friday May18 at 6:30 pm- F.R.A.C. Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Marseille Projection and presentation of a documentary on Lucio Fanti directed by Ansilde Chanteau, Émilie Rossi, Élody Sanchis et Manon Trentesaux, students at the Aix-en-Provence School of Arts within the framework of its Video course. The project was coordinated by par François Lejault and Barbara Satre, teachers at ESAAix.
DIGITAL ARTS - 03/2018
Electric Body 2
TEACHERS Dominique Drillot, Damien Sorrentino, Fabrice Metay (Amu), quentin De ieu (Amu) ASSISTANTS Michael Lorenzi, Stéphane Cousot (Amu), Grégoire Lauvin (artiste) AIMS Expérimenter et valider sur scène les dispositifs interactifs, en collaboration avec les danseurs et chorégraphes des Ballets de Monte-Carlo. Trouver un langage commun pour la création de pièces dansées. To experiment and validate on stage the interactive devices, in collaboration with the dancers and choreographers of the Ballets de Monte-Carlo company. To find a common language for the creation of danced pieces. METHOD Technical workshops, round tables, tests on stage. Taking over the space. CONTENT This second workshop will take place at the Théâtre Princesse Grace in Monaco. It will gather the students from the Université Aix-Marseille and from ESAP along with the choreographers and dancers from the Ballets de Monte-Carlo company during five days of experimentations on stage. These few days will allow the testing and suiting of the devices made during the first session in Aix-en-Provence. They will also allow to deepen the relationship with the choreographer through the writing of the piece, along with working on the lighting and sound design. Groups will be dispatched on different posts : electronic and programming workshop, stage technical management, light, video and sound devices, and finally communication.
CEARMICS ARC – 03/2018
Ceramic Architectures, from Structure to Ornamentation Phase 3
Rita Gt (artiste) TEACHERS Laurent P. Berger et les professeurs du réseau : Caroline Andrin, Frédéric Bau et, Magdalena Gerber, Delphine Gigoux-Martin, Nadège Mouyssinat, Rosa Venâncio ASSISTANT Jeffrey Haines AIMS The students are to conceive and elaborate a collective large-format work. They will acquire the knowledge of tools for ceramics belonging to the fields of engineering, industry and architecture. They are to develop and achieve a project through exchanges and elaborations with the students and teachers from the partner schools of the Ecart network. METHOD In continuation of phase 1 (meetings organised in the Villa Arson/Nice) and 2, immersion within the ceramics workshops, visit of the sample and prototype production sites. Two workshops in Portugal gathering the students and teachers of the Ecart network within the Escuola Superior de Tecnologia e Gestão (ESTG) in Viana do Castelo. Phase 3 : common elaboration of the projects and making of the pieces in the manufactures in Viana do Castelo. Phase 4 : surfacing and finishing of the pieces. CONTENT Recherche et exploration des questions communes à l’architecture et à la céramique. Proposer des inventions et des écritures collectives, par des expérimentations, et le déploiement de projets communs. The experimentations and the unfolding of common projects lead to the propositions of collective inventions and writings.
PRACTICES OF THE EXHIBITION – 3rd year – 03/2018
Building the exhibition : practical aspects
QUAI ANTOINE 1er EXHIBITION ROOM TEACHERS Renaud Layrac, Damien Sorrentino, Mathilde Roman AIMS The students’ personal work is laid out and tested in the exhibition space, with an individual and collective eye. METHOD Plastic experimentations and critical analysis. CONTENT As an extension to the theory seminars on exhibitions, alongside visits, the students develop their plastic propositions and confront them to the public’s gaze within the 800 m2 of the Quai Antoine 1er exhibition room.
CONFERENCE – Géraldine GOURBE – 2018
Since the exhibition « Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980" (2011-2012), which celebrated the artistic scene of Los Angeles, the work of Judy Gerowitz, who became Judy Chicago in 1970, is regularly presented to the public. In 2013, the panorama exhibition of the Getty Museum "Overdrive: L.A. Constructs the Future, 1940-1990" presented these works parsimoniously. At the same moment, the Pomona College Museum of Art presented several of her unknown works. Curators Rebecca McGrew and Glenn Philips had gathered around Hal Gliksman (one of the first directors of the Pomona College Museum of Art, committed to the Light and Space movement) the works of Michael Asher, Ron Cooper, James Turell, Lloyd Hamrol, Robert Irwin… and more surprisingly, Judy Gerowitz/Judy Chicago. These works by Judy Gerowitz, which have long remained in the shadow of the Woman House education program or of the collaborative piece Dinner Party by Judy Chicago, ask a question : what status do they belong to today ? Géraldine Gourbe is a searcher in aesthetics, specialized in the question of performance, of collectives and of feminism. Since 2007, she has published works on the artistic scene of Los Angeles, on radical education and on artistic communities. For 2018, she is preparing a re-examination of California minimalism partly from Judy Chicago’s sculpture work of the 60’s
CONFERENCE – Alexis BERTRAND – 2018
Alexis Bertrand conceives scenographies for exhibitions and performances since 2005. Among others, he collaborated with the ZKM (Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie), the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Strasbourg, the Centre Pompidou, the Château de Versailles, the Espace Culturel Louis Vuitton, the Maison des Arts de Créteil, the Théâtre National de Toulouse, the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris, the Subsistances, the Palais de Tokyo or moreover Lafayette Anticipations. During the conference, Alexis Bertard will review his collaboration with Xavier Veilhan, where scenography fully participates in the creation and the exhibition. He will present the projects : Le Plein Emploi (2005) Le Baron de Triqueti (2006) Faisons de l’Inconnu un Allié (2016) Studio Venezia (2017) And his conference will end with the projection of the film “Vent Moderne” (2015), 28mn. www.alexis-bertrand.net
LARGE FORMAT WORKSHOP – 1rst year – 03/2018
Large-format Paint and Color
Invited teaching artists : Arnaud Rolland Laure Fissore At the Riviera studios in Nice, the students learn the techniques used for large-format painting including the grid method, the dosing and preparation of colors, and priming the supports on the ground. The students make a series of posters measuring 3x4 m, destined to accompany the biennial event organised by the Ballets de Monte-Carlo company titled « F(ê)aites de la danse ».
ARC PERFORMANCE – 01/2018
Laboratory 1 : Electric and Numeric with (No)Body
Toneelacademie / Maastricht Associate teacher Peter Missotten (teacher and scenographer) Teacher Dominique Drillot Aims The modes related to the use of plastic languages are interrogated through performance. The space, the presence of the body, and time are experienced within the artistic process while the different stakes of working in a group to elaborate common projects in Maastricht are identified, in English. Method. At the fringe of the research lines given by the Digital art ARC and of the sentences given out by Peter Missoten, the students elaborate performances that blur the boundaries of art. With the students of the Toneelacademie, they think of new artistic actions, focused on the bodies, where subjectivity is placed on the foreground. Content Within the framework of a regular collaboration between the Toneelacademie of Maastricht and the ESAP, students from both schools elaborate different strategies in the perspective of creating performances using digital tools. Round tables, creation workshops incorporating physical expression, and the use of digital tools follow one another in the perspective of developing performances as a group.
PRINTMAKING SPECIAL – 3rd year – 01/2018
Printmaking/editing : Like Animals
TEACHER Frederic Pohl Assistant Sophie Sederi « Like animals » was the title of a four day long studio during which the students made eight small bound editions comprising ten prints each. The students were to tap in the iconography of animal kingdom to collect simple and aestheticizing visual elements. The aim of the studio was indeed to concentrate on learning the techniques required to make a micro edition.
SCENOGRAPHY FOR STAGE AND LIVE PERFORMANCE – 3rd year – 01/2018
Studio : Odd Thoughts : On Stage, Back Stage/practicing
ARC – EXHIBITION SCENOGRAPHY – 01/2018
LECTURE – Vinciane DESPRET – 2017
Vinciane Despret is a philosopher, psychologist and master of conference at the University of Liège. Her work from these two decades mainly concerns the knowledge of animals, a field within which she has published several books. Among them Naissance d’une Théorie Ethologique, Quand le loup habitera avec l’agneau, Hans le cheval qui savait compter, What Would Animals Say if We Asked the Right Questions ? (translated by Brett Buchanan _ Les Empêcheurs de Penser en Rond) and quite recently the child orientated « Le chez soi des animaux » (Actes Sud). She also co-wrote_ with Isabelle Stengers_ Women Who Make a Fuss : The Unfaithful Daughters of Virginia Woolf (Translated by April Knutson). From 2007 to 2014 she lead an inquiry on the bonds one cultivates with deceased relatives : Au Bonheur des morts, Récits de ceux qui restent (La Découverte, 2015).
PRACTICAL EXHIBITION SCENOGRAPHY – 5th year – 01/2018
“Conceive the exhibition : practical”
PRACTICES OF THE EXHBITION – 5th year – 01/2018 Building an exhibition : practical aspects Quai Antoine Ier exhibition room Teacher Renaud Layrac Aims The students experience and experiment exhibition scenography through by showing their work. Method Experimentations within an exhibition room (5 days). Content After the theoretic seminars and the conception studio of the preceding semester, the students make and experiment scenographic devices at school and in the exhibition space. These apparatus relate their personal work with the architectural features of the exhibition room.