Ecole Supérieure d’Art de l’agglomération d’Annecy / Bangalore : inventing a third-heritage
INVENTING A THIRD-HERITAGE - WORK IN PROGRESS...
Workshop and events with the Graduate Art School of Annecy,
from April 26 to April 30 2016.
Workshop Igle Ivagle, Bangalore, © Adrian Torres Astaburuaga, 2014
This workshop at Villa Vassilieff is a way for Design & Space Master students and teachers of the ESAAA to continue and achieve a program of artistic experimentations started in November 2014 at Bangalore (India). Hosted for a one-month residency in the city, the team worked in the symptomatic Shivaji Nagar urban district, along with artists and students of the Srishti School of Art & Technology.
Those adventures will go on from April 24 to 30, 2016 in the context of Villa Vassilieff. Students will be invited to explore its geographical inscription, but also its own ressources (networks, archives, etc.) to continue the original hypothesis of the project : the possibility of creation here and now, within the conditions given by a situation.
This workshop is a continuation of the project Bangalore : inventing a third-heritage, developed as a part of the call for proposals Intercultural practices in patrimonalization processes of the Ministry of Culture, which lead to a research trip in Bangalore (India) in November 2014 and to several seminars.
Workshop with ESAAA students, "Inventing a third-heritage - work in progress..."
On April 30, from 3:00 to 7:00 pm
NEIGHBORHOOD - Urban walks, happenings and projections
With Diane Aubrun, Marianne Barrieux, Ophélie Carpentier, Martin Gourmaud, Margaux Faulcon, Léa Larousse, Laura Pouppeville, Dalal Tamri and Clémentine Viallon (5th year students in the Design & Space department of the Graduate Art School of Annecy) ; Adrian Torres (architect and researcher at DSRA in the Graduate Art School of Annecy) ; Naïm Aït-Sidhoum (architect), Alexandre Costanzo (philosopher), Didier Tallagrand (artist) and Nicolas Tixier (architect), teachers at the Graduate Art School of Annecy.
Following a cycle of experimentations who drove them to Bangalore in India (Inventing a third-heritage - work in progress...), students where invited for a week to explore the possibilities for a creation based on geographical location of the Villa Vassilieff and its internal resources. A course ranging from the Villa Vassilieff to the railways leading to the outskirt, from the Montparnasse cemetary to the bleach steams of the public swimming pool…
Ophélie Carpentier, Un tapis, un renard, un clou, 2016, installation
Diane Aubrun, Ces histoires on les empile, 2016, video and performance. With works of : Emmanuelle Lainé, collectif Life After Life, Jean Bhownagary
Marianne Barrieu, Promenade vers la Ghouta, en compagnie d’Adonis, 2016, performance
Clémentine Viallon, Contre-usage, « parc du jardin du Luxembourg », 2016, drawings
Martin Gourmaud, Margaux Faulcon, Rivage Familier, 2016, installation
Laura Pouppeville, Quatrième Fête, 2016, installation
And Léa Larousse, Métro chlore, 2016, Performance.
And Dalal Tamri, Le chant de la vie, 2016, sound installation.
Ecole Supérieure d’Art de l’Agglomération d’Annecy - ESAAA (Graduate Art School of Annecy)
Located on the exceptionnal site Les Marquisats on Annecy Lake banks, the ESAAA is a higher education institution supervised by the Ministry of Culture and Communication. Linking education and research activities thanks to a strong pedagogic position in favor of emancipation, the school thinks itself as an artistic and intellectual community. Here, teachers are both artists and researchers, and they are constantly re-evaluating their practice, litteraly searching for it side by side with students.
For further informations : the school website.