13 June 2016

No Private Problems @ What's What, Lyon

This Thursday 16 June 2016 from 19:00, I will be presenting part of my project No Private Problems at Café Bellevue, 17 Cours Général Giraud, 69001 Lyon, France.

The evening is part of What's What, a month-long program of events hosted in a local bar and organised by the École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts de Lyon (ENSBAL) Post-Diplôme cohort of 2015-16 (Agathe Boulanger, Daniel Frota de Abreu, Signe Frederiksen, Jules Lagrange, Liv Schulman), directed by curator, critic and editor François Piron.

What's What invites artists, writers, directors and theoreticians to "share their work methods from behind the bar". On Thursday I will be presenting alongside Lyon artist Bérenger Delfour. Previously Yoan Sorin, Flora Moscovici and Kasia Fudakowski have presented their work, and the last half of the month sees Gwénaël Morin and Tristan Garcia at the bar.



Many thanks to the What's What organisers, to course manager Alain Ailloud and, in particular, to artist Signe Frederiksen for inviting me.

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