Agenda

 

CREATIVE TRACKS

7/3
2017
INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR IN FRAME OF EUROPEAN PROGRAM "CREATIVE TRACKS"
 
Iinvited by The Roberto Cimetta Fund, Pépinières européennes pour jeunes artistes participate in the international seminar « Independent cultural entrepreneurs driving artistic creation » within the framework of "Creative Tracks".
 
EVENT : March 2017 at the French Ministry of Culture and Communication, 182 rue Saint Honoré, Paris 1st  arrondissement.
 
The objectives of this seminar are to examine what cultural entrepreneurs’ international mobility leads to, particularly in regard to:
- the current trends in global market concentration and monopolies which challenge the viability of local markets, and;
- the capacity of cultural capitals (in Europe and the Arab world) to support local cultural and artistic development.
 
Entrepreneurs and analysts from Europe, Africa, the Middle-East, the US and China will analyse the conditions necessary for the economic autonomy of artistic and cultural producers.
 
 
Outstanding entrepreneurs and cultural actors will be present, among which Faezeh Aarabi, Director of Dars Platform in Teheran, Komlan Agdo of the West African Economic and Monetary Union, El Mehdi Azdem, Director of the Association Racines in Casablanca, Elodie Le Breut, Deputy-Director of A.M.I/Dynamo Incubator, Chwan Li, Yunnan University, Zeyba Rahman, Director of Programmes of the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Arts in New York, Nicole Hamouche, creative economy consultant in Beirut, Nan Van Houte, Secretary General of IETM, Julie Chenot, Director of Programmes at the Camargo Foundation, Rossella Tarantino, representative of Matera 2019, Mohamed Al Daradji, Human films in Baghdad, Charles Babinet from KissKissBankBank, Cédric Claquin from CD inde, Arthur Steiner from the Hivos Foundation, Marianne Roux from Canal France International, Laurence Hugues for the International Alliance of independant publishers, Ann Laenen from Valletta 2018, Raul Abeledo, EconCult in Valencia, Angela Boskovitch, Cairo Comix...
 
François Laurent, European and International Affairs Directorate (SDAEI), and Elizabeth Le Hot, General Directorate-Media and Cultural Industries (DGMIC) both from the French Ministry of Culture and Communication will open the debates which will be moderated by Ferdinand Richard, Chair of the Roberto Cimetta Fund.
 
This meeting is taking place within the framework of "Creative Tracks", a European Union funded project, aiming to enhance global networking of young creative entrepreneurs, through meetings and a virtual platform http://www.creativetracks.org. Ana Ribeiro, project leader of the Creative Tracks Consortium and representative of Inova will be present at the meeting.
 
In July 2015 the Roberto Cimetta Fund (RCF) accepted the invitation of the INOVA+ (Portugal) to be part of a consortium, responding to a call for proposals by the European Commission to launch a « Global network of young creative entrepreneurs ». The consortium won the bid in December 2015. We are pleased to be collaborating with Visting Arts and Librios (UK), ADDICT and INOVA+ (Portugal), On the Move and KEA (Belgium) for the initiation of this project from January 2016 to December 2017.
 
The Creative Tracks partners launched a virtual platform which is a fabulous tool to accelerate circulation of information and interconnection. The overall aim is to promote networking of cultural and creative entrepreneurs on a world scale and make the project sustainable after the initiation phase. 
4/3
2017

30 YEARS OF IMA

28/2
2017

YOUNG CREATION VIDEO CINEMA

26/1
2017

LES 7 DOIGTS
DE LA MAIN

21/1
2017

INFRAMINCE

17/1
2017
EUROPEAN PÉPINIÈRES FOR YOUNG ARTISTS PRESENT :
INFRAMINCE
 
GROUP SHOW : from January 18th to February 5th, 2017
Preview : January 17th, 2017 from 6pm
 
 

Curator: Valentine Busquet
 
European Pépinières for young artists renew their partnership with the Hippocrene Foundation and present a new exhibition centered on sound creation. Tremendous space for research and questioning, the sound material intrigues music artists as well as plastic artists, who experiment it in different ways.
 
Intangible perception, sound has always produced visual through the imagination it emits. In the absence of necessarily having images in front of us, we produce some listening to noises and music. Some artists try to base themselves on the sound material to release a visual creation. Today, the interactions between the visual and sound arts go beyond illustrating the sound or accompanying visual as it has long been the case. Henceforth, one aspect can serve as a basis for producing the other. The seven artists presented in this exhibition experience the creation of sound through the visual and vice versa.
 
INFRAMINCE, an aesthetic concept created by Marcel Duchamp that he designates as "an imperceptible or sometimes only imaginable difference or interval between two phenomena" immerses the spectator in a sonorous and visual path.
 
 

EXPOSITION
LUCIE JEAN

19/12
2016
Lucie Jean will be showcasing her series « Quartiers d’hiver » - Winter districts-,  as a result of the Pepinière’s Map residency program at the Language Plus.
 
Lucie Jean is a videast and photographer who gratuated from the Ecole d’Estienne and the Paris Beaux Arts School. During her residency at the modern art centre of Langage Plus, she developed a project about ice fishing -a popular tradition of Northern Quebec- and the so-called «  interior fishers  » who settle in little shelters built around a hole. The installation «  Aires de glace  » - Ice Zones – is made of three artworks  : «  Shelva  » between photography and folding, the video «  The moment when everything gets petrified  » and the «  Winter Districts  » photographic series.
 
«  Winter Districts  » shows how humans impact and appropriate landscapes. In unfamiliar landscapes, the visitor gets to discover the portaits of men and women that ice isolated from the rest of the world.
 
This series was also showcased at the Nuits Photographiques Festival of Pierrevet and at the Comptoirs Arlésiens gallery as part of the renowned Rencontres photographiques d’Arles festival.
 
 
Exposition until the end of december 
 
Coproduction :
Langage Plus 
Pépinières européennes pour jeunes artistes
cofunded by the european comission 
 
With, as a partner 
Centre Sagamie 
 
And with the support of
Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, 
Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication
Ministère de la Ville, de la Jeunesse et des Sports
Conseil régional d’Île-de-France, programme fabriques de la culture 
Conseil général de Seine-Saint-Denis
 

CITY SONIC
2016

11/10
2016
29/7
2016

LUKAS TRUNIGER

29/6
2016
LUKAS TRUNIGER
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29TH 2016 – 5PM
COOPÉRATIVE MÉDUSE (541 RUE DE SAINT-VALLIER EST, LOCAL 5-82, QUÉBEC, G1K 3P9, CANADA)
 
Part of the Pepinieres’s Map residency program at the Cooperative Méduse from April 4th to July 1st 2016, in collaboration with the Arts and Literature Council of Quebec, swiss artist Lukas Truniger will be showcasing « Silence Harvester » at the Studio d’Avatar on June 29th. Throughout the residency, the artist developed a technic capable of intercepting and modifying sound signals through an antenna. It is an expérimental installation based on algorithms and that the artist himself describes as abstract and intangible. Lukas Truniger won the Issy les Moulineaux based Cube Price in 2016 in the Young International Digital Creation category. The same year, he was invited to the 22nd Electronic Arts International Synopsium – ISEA 2016.
 
More information Under this link

PERFORMANCE 
JUSTINE PARISIEN

21/6
2016
RESIDENCY - JUSTINE PARISIEN-DUMAIS
PERFORMANCE ON JUNE 21ST



On May 14th, canadian dancer Justine Parisien and the (LA)HORDE Collective auditionned and selected eleven dancers for a jumpstyle residency project. The Pépinières Fabric has already hosted four workshops in order for them to imagine a choregraphic jumpstyle performance.

 

After teaching the participants a few basic jumpstyle steps, it is now time for them to put it in space. In this second step of the project, Justine Parisien-Dumais will be helped by another candian dancer, Camille Dubé-Bouchard.



The performance will be presented on June 21st at the Pépinières Fabric for the event 155 BPM. 

 
Biography :



Justine Parisien-Dumais studied dance at the Montréal Contemporary Dance School. There, she practiced many styles and got introduced to urban dances. In 2014, she worked on the Incubator Projects  with  Sovann Rochon-Promptep. In May 2015, she got involved on our MAP Program for the residency of the (LA)HORDE Collective. The Pépinières thus invited her to present the piece «  Avant les gens mourraient  ». She is now researching on the possibilities of expression that bodies allow, however trying to show their vulnerabilities.  

150 BPM FREE PARTY 
FÊTE DE LA MUSIQUE 

21/6
2016
150 BPM FREE PARTY – FÊTE DE LA MUSIQUE
 
FABRIQUE DES PÉPINIÈRES - JUNE 21th - 8 PM
 
On the occasion of the Fete de la Musique, (LA)HORDE, their jumpers and JOHNKÔÔL RECORDS invest the Fabrique des Pépinières. 
 
PERFORMANCE JUMPSTYLE - 8 PM
 
Canada - France - Hungary - Poland – Ukraine
 
To finish the residency of the two canadian dancers Justine Parisien-Dumais and Camille Dubé-Bouchard, the Pépinières present the choreographic performance that they imagined during their création workshops. This performance was realised with the collective (LA)HORDE and eleven participants thoughout May and June. 
 
CHOREOGRAPHY :
 
- Camille Dubé-Bouchard
 
PERFORMERS :
 
Justine Parisien-Dumais, Camille Dubé-Bouchard, Isabelle Girard, Regina Demina, Gwendoline Gambet, Nicolas Delomez (Delom), Lila Boughoufala, Randa Massot, Marie Lauricella, Kenza Sand, Joo-young Lee (JooLee) , Risolène Ficheux et Natalia Rivera Riffo, Edgar Scassa (Edx), Thomas Hongre (ToPa)
 
WITH THE EXTRAORDINARY PARTICIPATION OF EUROPEAN JUMPERS :
 
- Damian Kamil Szczegielniak (LEITO)
- Andrii Shkapoid (SHKAP)
- Holoda Laszlo (LESLEE)
 
LIVE – Johnkôôl records - 9PM
 
Never Use After Midnight (Hard Nu-Disco)
Prison Food Sucks (Musique Palliative)
Colin Johnco  (Epic Sexy / Deep Techno)

 

18/6
2016

LA COMPAGNIE 
DU DERNIER ÉTAGE

23/4
2016
PÉPINIÈRES EUROPÉENNES POUR JEUNES ARTISTES PRESENT
 
“ABOUT THE POSTCARD, I WOULD HAVE PREFERRED THE VIRGIN MARY IN PYJAMAS”, A PLAY BY COMPAGNIE DU DERNIER ÉTAGE, IN THE FRAMEWORK OF A CREATIVE RESIDENCY IN LA FABRIQUE DES PÉPINIÈRES, MONTREUIL, IN OCTOBER 2015
 
FOLLOWED BY THE TROUPE’S FIRST CREATION, “I DON’T WANT A LOVE THAT CASTRATES, BUT YOU WOULD LOOK GOOD WITH A FRINGE”, PRESENTED AT FESTVAL OFF IN AVIGNON IN 2015
 
THEATER AND TRANSDISCIPLINARITY :
 
Saturday, 23rd April 2016
- 7pm “About the postcard, I would have preferred the Virgin Mary in pyjamas” (1:15:00)
Encounter with the troupe
- 9pm “I don’t want a love that castrates, but you would look good with a fringe” (1:20:00)
 
Sunday, 24th April 2016
- 3:20pm “About the postcard, I would have preferred the Virgin Mary in pyjamas” (1:15:00)
Encounter with the troupe
- 5:30pm “I don’t want a love that castrates, but you would look good with a fringe” (1:20:00)
 
La Fabrique des Pépinières 
9 rue François Debergue
93100 Montreuil
Metro Croix de Chavaux (line 9)
 
Full price: 1 play 10€, 2 plays 15€
Discount ticket (students, jobseekers, inhabitants of Montreuil): 1 play 7€, 2 plays 10€
 
Booking recommended at pepinieres(at)art4eu.net
 
Louise Bataillon, accompanied by her five actors, takes a light and amused look at her generation, the times of adolescence and her first loves between frivolity, idealism and contradictions. “About the postcard, I would have preferred the Virgin Mary in pyjamas” and “I don’t want a love that castrates but you would look good with a fringe” are a humorous and delicate reflection of the tendencies and concerns of today’s youth. In an open dialogue with the viewer, through conversations that evoke memories of childhood and adolescence, the actors touch the audience and turn them into witnesses of their encounters, their relations and their intimacy. These two plays will be presented at La Fabrique des Pépinières in Montreuil on Saturday 23th and Sunday 24th April 2016.
 
Spotted with “Study of the first love” during the previous Festival d’Avignon, within the Off programme, Pépinières wished to invite the young Montreuilese troupe in residence. Born of the encounter of a director and five actors, la Compagnie du Dernier étage was soon joined by a visual artist, a light designer and a stage designer. In October 2015, in the framework of one of Pépinières’ residency programmes in Montreuil, the troupe initiated a transdisciplinary creation project. Following this research time, Pépinières presented the play “About the postcard, I would have preferred the Virgin Mary in pyjamas” in January 2016 in an original and prestigious venue, a villa by the architect Mallet-Stevens in Paris, in the framework of their exhibition “Date as per postmark”. 
 
“I don’t want a love that castrates by you would look good with a fringe”
Production; La Compagnie du Dernier étage
 
“About the postcard, I would have preferred the Virgin Mary in pyjamas”
The troupe: Director: Louise Bataillon – Actors: Jordan Besnaiou, Camille Faye, Nicolas Hardy et Noëlle Thibault  - Visual artist : Anouk Rabot – Light designer : Clémentine Gaud – Stage designer : Carine Ravaud
Coproduction: La Compagnie du Dernier étage, Pépinières européennes pour jeunes artistes – programmes La Fabrique des Pépinières et Pépinières IN Networking.
With the support of : the European Commission – Creative Europe programme, French Ministry of Culture and Communication, French Ministry of the City, Youth and Sports, the Regional Council of Île-de-France – Fabriques de Culture programme.

MARION ORFILA

8/4
2016
FRIDAY, 8TH APRIL 2016 – 5PM
LANGAGE PLUS 55 RUE COLLARD, ALMA, QUEBEC, G8B5W)
 
Following a two-month residency at Langage Plus, Quebec, in the framework of Pépinières’ Map programme, supported by the Arts and Literature Council of Quebec (CALQ), the artist Marion Orfila designed outdoor installations and conducted a filmed project in collaboration with local populations.
 
“Relativement là” (Relatively there) questions the possibilities for animation and human movement in this frozen environment with an installation that resembles a ruined architecture. This in situ piece can be discovered through the video course revealed at the occasion of an exhibition that will open on April 8th 2016 at Langage Plus in Alma.

More information here 

23/1
2016

YOUNG VIDEO
CREATION CINEMA

20/1
2016

12th edition of “Young creation video-cinema” in the framework of the FIPA (International Festival of Audiovisual Programmes) 19-24 January 2016 in Biarritz, France

SCREENING : Wednesday, 20 January from 4:30 to 6:30pm

Pépinières européennes pour jeunes artistes pursue their discovery of young creation by opening up their research fields to all forms of expression that renew cinematic creation.

Regardless of the education path they have followed - cinema schools, visual or digital arts schools or any other artistic field - all young filmmakers presented in the framework of the “Young creation video-cinema” programme propose an original point of view and approach that requires reflexion and surprises us.

At the occasion of the programme’s 12th edition, Pépinières will present a selection of eight short films that reveal the evolutions of today’s creation.

2016 will be marked by an exceptional event: the screening will open with the presentation of the film “Ellis” by the artist JR starring Robert De Niro, taking place on Ellis Island.

As a proof of the faithful collaboration between Pépinières and the FIPA, this 2016 edition innovates with the entry of the “Young creation video-cinema” selection into the competition for the Mitrani prize, which rewards one film for its innovative and singular approach.

Discover all selection

THE COMPAGNIE DU 
DERNIER ÉTAGE

14/1
2016

On Thursdays, 14th January at 9pm, the Companie du Dernier Etage will present its last creation «  About the postcard, I would have preferred the Virgin Mary in pijamas  ». The underlying portrait of a teenage girl through her correspondance.

In the framework of the exhibition
« Date as per Postmark  »  ?
Free admission / Reservation recommended at :  pepinieres@art4eu.net.

This time, these young and talented artists will base their work on a textual matter: letters.  These letters are those Louise Bataillon, director, have received from friends of hers who were discovering love, relating to their days in secondary school, crudely sharing their questions, as deep and touching as clumsily expressed; from her relatives too - her father who lived in Mexico for a time, her mother who, when she was on holiday far away, seemed to miss one arm, her grandparents who, while she was growing up, still pictured her as a little girl marveling at animals, her older sister, her aunts…

These are her letters, but they could have been those of many young ladies and thus they echo a generation that witnessed the advent of mobile phones and the Internet, the triumph of Harry Potter, the fashion of dog-collar necklaces and Avril Lavigne, the multiplication of divorces, the banalization of reconstituted families…

These touching letters approach various questions: the transformation (or non-transformation, despite the years going by) of the link between parents and their chid, the adolescent’s thirst for emancipation, their relation to school, first love emotions, disillusioned hopes, the rejection of authority are timeless, unchangeable, no matter the period, the social profile and the place. 

The Comapagnie du Dernier Etage proposes an amused and tender approach to adolescence, progressively describing the features of a young girl, without ever accessing her voice and thus comprehending, in a convoluted way, the various sides of a personality that appears through the letters and words addressed to her. 

THE TROUPE’S HISTORY:

The Compagnie du Dernier Etage was born at the occasion of its first collective creation: « Étude du premier amour  » («  Study of the First Love  »).

It now gathers the director Louise Bataillon and four actors: Jordan Besnainou, Camille Faye, Nicolas Hardy and Noëllie Thibault, as well as the visual artist Anouk Rabot, the light designer Clémentine Gaud et the stage designer Carine Ravaud.

They propose an energy that is close to what one can observe in playgrounds, where the expression of imagination sets a framework that all those who witness its creation can agree to, and enables a direct contact with the audience.

The troupe’s name relates to the fact that they started rehearsing on rooftops. Beautiful stories always have their hight, theirs was on the last floor, without a lift.

DATE AS
PER POSTMARK

12/1
2016

 

INFORMATION :

From January 11th to 25th, 2016
Everyday from 2pm to 8 pm
And in the morning by appointement : vbusquet@art4eu.net
Group Show Curator : Valentine Busquet
Preview on Tuesday, 12th of January from 6 pm.

PLACE :

Hippocrène’s Foundation Villa Mallet-Stevens
12 rue Mallet-Stevens, 75016 Paris
Metro line 9 - Ranelagh

 

Difficult to escape: souvenir shops in the most diverse businesses, stations at airports, tourist information offices in the receptions of hotels, postcards are everywhere and have the largest number of points of sale in the world. Symbol of mobility, the postcard becomes, within the framework of this exhibition, the artistic object.

Supported by the European Commission for their IN Networking program, Pépinières européennes pour jeunes artists wish to re-activate the links with its members, expand their influence and assert their European commitment.

« CACHET DE LA POSTE FAISANT FOI» (« DATE AS PER POSTMARK ») is an exhibition that will take place from 11th to 25th January 2016 at the Villa Mallet- Stevens, the architect’s former workshop and emblematic venue, which will host all Pépinières artists on its walls.

Pépinières invite the artists to take possession of a postcard in the way that suits them best (drawing, collage, engraving, printing or any other surprising idea) and offer them to promote one or two artists of your choice by giving him a postcard. All postcards sent before the 6th of January (date of postmark) will be exhibited at the Hippocrène Foundation - Villa Mallet-Stevens.

Generous and unifying project, " Date as per postmark " is imagined as a recovery of the written and artistic expression through the postcard object and through the intervention of artists, creative vectors of exchange and sharing.

 

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TRADE  SCHOOL

25/11
2015

En partenariat avec les Pépinières Européennes pour Jeunes Artistes, TRADE SCHOOL PARIS est de retour à la Maison de l'Arbre pour 3 dates supplémentaires les mercredi 18, 25 novembre et 2 décembre prochains.

 

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