PhD candidate (ULille/Le Fresnoy)
Complice @La HEAD - Genève
Residency @UJM/CIEREC

Co-founder of l4bouche
Co-editor @Excès

SOON
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02.03 “Affects high-tech & futur effondré”/Portfolio #3 (performance w/ Théo Pozoga, mod. Ingrid Luquet Gad) @Gaîté Lyrique (Paris, FR) [link]
09.02 3pm “Jupiter Space”: Curating Zoe Sofia’s Paradigms of Exterminism, Excrementalism and Extraterrestrialism @EROSS lab., Dublin City University [online]

RECENT PAST
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03.02 Humains, trop humains. Les sémantiques et mouvements de l’après, NOVA_XX/CWB (talk w/ Pascale Barret, Carla Marand, Emilie Notéris, mod. Sarah Fdili Alaoui) @IRCAM (Paris, FR)
08.12 Nova_XX, CWB (Paris, FR)
28.10 What Makes Me Wander, Korean Cultural Center (Brussels, BE)
15.10 (l4bouche) Jupiter Space, Les Limbes (St Etienne, FR)
29-30.09 Porn Film Festival (Berlin, DE)
17.09 Les Boucherie #2 (Clichy, FR)
12.09 Sicilia Queer 21 (Palerme, IT)
11.09 Les Mains Gauches (Marseille, FR)


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HIGH-TECH AFFECTS & COLLAPSED FUTURE




This research deciphers the unthought, untold and the insecurities on which the rhetoric of progress, the culture of science fiction and the imaginaries of the future are based, through a genealogy of the technological narrative that unfolded starting 1984 - in the neoliberal turn, the spectrum of nuclear war and the apocalyptic feeling. Examining cultural objects and apparatus generated by the mass media, this research seeks to identify the opacity of our time, which is characterized as much by an inability to grasp and articulate a present that seems to have become fungible, where nonsense and déjà-vus dominate, as it is to think of a livable future. It considers the anxiety of bodies and the indeterminacy of affects as crucial issues for the military-industrial complex, but also as the foundation of another technological narrative. 

Practice-led PhD (visual arts)
sup. by Nathalie Delbard (CEAC/UdeLille) & Julien Prévieux
2022