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PERFORMANCE ARC 2017 – 3rd year BLACK SKIN, WHITE MASKS The students interrogate the modalities of body language through performance. They broach the problematic related to space, the presence of bodies and time in the artistic process. As they work in a group, in English, they achieve the common projects initiated in Maastricht. From the work and research lines sketched in Maastricht, the students will elaborate performances that blur the boundaries of art. With the students of the Toneelacademie, they think about new artistic actions, focused on the body, where subjectivity is most important.
CONTEMPORARY VISIONS – PRINCE PIERRE FOUNDATION – Meetings and debates
The Fondation Prince Pierre has proposed a new type of meeting with the public for this 2017- 2018 season. A thematic cycle of meetings and debates has replaced the traditional conferences. Their setting is placed within a convivial place and will be different for each season. This year’s focus was made on the topic of contemporary art for which prestigious guests will present their lectures within the Garden room of Pavillon Bosio. Monday March 20 2017 : Philippe Rahm Monday April 24 2017 : Rudy Ricciotti Tuesday May 2 2017 : André Magnin Friday May 19 2017 : Chiara Parisi Monday May 29 2017 : Hans Ulrich Obrist, Berger & Berger Lectures are scheduled at 6 : 30 pm Pavillon Bosio Ecole supérieure d’Arts Plastiques de la ville de Monaco 1, avenue des Pins, Monaco Entrance 15 € - Tickets are sold the same day from 5 :30 pm. Information : +377 98 98 85 15 www.fondationprincepierre.mc
PERFORMANCE / SPACE WORKSHOP WITH FRANÇOIS CHAIGNAUD – 04/2017 – 1RST YEAR
With choreographer François Chaignaud. Thanks to the encounter with an artist and his scope of research, the workshop allowed the students to be confronted to a first approach of stage design. The workshop broached the creation of a contemporary show, through a work of art performance and space apprehension.
BOARD GAMES – EXHIBITION OF THE 3RD YEAR STUDENTS – 2017
In semester 6, the students show their personal works within an exhibition at the Quai Antoine Ier gallery in Monaco. This exercise allows them to experiment the dimensions of an exhibition as a medium as it is fostered by seminars and a workshop about the practices of an exhibition. The purpose here is to unfold one’s personal work in the space of an exhibition room by working both on an individual and a collective level within the context of the Quai Antoine Ier room. In the extension of the seminars about the exhibition and it is visited, the students confront their plastic work to the space and the public’s gaze. Opening event : Thursday April 6 2017, 6:00 pm 4 Quai Antoine Ier, 98000 Monaco Flyer (pdf)
RESULTS OF THE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION – March 2017 session 1rst year
Admitted within the school : ANSEL Alexandre CEARCA Catalina (sous réserve de l’obtention du diplôme du baccalauréat) COMPAGNONI Lucas DERIGNY Jeanne FLEURY Aimée FRAISSE Solène FRIEDMAN Léah LE COHELEACH Louana LONG Alicia NOUGUÉ Flora PAGES Lucile PERFETTO Juliette PONS Charlène RENAUD Eloïse (sous réserve de l’obtention du diplôme du baccalauréat) SCANDELLA Natacha SHEBADO Sephora THIERCY Sarah VINCENSINI Léa Waiting list : JAGOUDET Anaïs LEROY Justine AGUILAR Morgane
SCENOGRAPHY FOR LIVE PERFORMANCE - 3rd year WALDEN / FIRST STAGE 2016-2017
After reading Walden or the Life in the Woods by Henry David Thoreau, the 3rd year students have to imagine a dramaturgy within a scenography that interrogates the relationship to words and scenic space. The students analyse and cut Henry David Thoreau’s text, and consequently imagine its translation within a scenic device. The different projects were first conceived in several steps : drawings, 3D and scaled modelling to give birth to the creation of personal and then collective propositions. A coherent common project is finally brought to stage and in the house in its entirety for a public presentation.
PAINTING AND COLOR – 1rst year – 2017 SCENIC SPACE / PUBLIC SPACE
Upon invitation of the Ballets de Monte-Carlo, a visual work is lead to illustrate the event “F(ê)aites de la danse”, in honor of its 30th anniversary. After experiences in the workshop and the analysis of specific techniques related to large size painting, se veral projects are selected for the final production phase.
PHOTOGRAPHY – DECORAMA – 1rst year / 2017
The students develop a reflection upon the history of portraits in studio photography, within a period that goes from the end of the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century. They analyse more specifically the use of different elements of scenery to understand the setting in a picture. They later make studio portraits, using the large format paintings made during the “Paint/ Color” studio as backdrops. Bridges between scenography and photography are built in order to question the represented spaces and the suggested ones. During this step, the students learn different means of lighting and flash techniques in a studio.
PHOTO STUDIO – The Body – 2nd year/2017
The 2nd year students are invited to make several series of pictures on the theme of the « body » which is the topic of reflection of the Colloque International des Rencontres Philosophiques de Monaco 2017. How can one give an account of the question of the body through philosophy ? The studios constitute specific moments dedicated to the discussion, conception, later on, to the production and editing of pictures around this theme. The reading of philosophical texts about the body and examples of works related to this topic will augment the work.
SCENOGRAPHY FOR LIVE PERFORMANCE – Costume design/ 2017
From a typology of characters derived from the text Black Skin, White Masks by Frantz Fanon, the workshop is oriented towards the creation of costumes inspired by the 1920’s negrophilia : jazz, la Revue Nègre, Europe’s fascination for the emblematic figure of Josephine Baker. The result of these creations will be exhibited in the Ballets de Monte-Carlo Studio during the Imprévus 2017 or could be used for the show itself.