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Studio CAN, Centre d'art Neuchâtel, Switzerland.
12.05-06.06.21

Duo show by Camille Dumond and Tina Omayemi Reden.

Within the project "It won't be silence" curated by Julie Marmet.

First part by Maya Hottarek and Camille Kaiser.


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It won’t be silence est une exposition en deux parties, avec Maya Hottarek, Camille Kaiser, Camille Dumond et Tina Omayemi Reden, conceptualisée par Julie Marmet. Le projet articule récits auto-mythologiques et stratégies de fictionnalisation, afin de mettre en espace des histoires situées, politiques et polyphoniques. Pour la première partie (7 avril), Maya Hottarek et Camille Kaiser fabriquent des identités bio/mytho-graphiques et s’emparent des outils de la mise en scène et du montage pour décortiquer les personnages, reconstruire la trame narrative et exposer les étapes de construction de la fiction. Pour la seconde partie de l’exposition (12 mai), Camille Dumond et Tina Omayemi Reden puisent dans le discours para-politique pour questionner le récit dominant, interroger sa mémoire (non-)collective et donner voix à des récits contre-hégémoniques. Équipe du CAN: Martin Jakob, Sylvie Linder, Magali Pexa, Nicolas Raufaste, Liza Trottet, Sebastian Verdon.

Photos: Sebastian Verdon

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Palazzina, Basel, Switzerland
20.02.2021 - 25.04.2021

Group show with Camille Dumond, Leolie Greet, San Keller, Philémon Otth, Sara Ravelli.

Curated by the team of Palazzina : Mathieu Dafflon, Victoria Holdt, Simone Holliger, Géraldine Honauer, Noemi Pfister, Luca Rossi, Kelly Tissot and Ines Tondar.


Launched as an artists* house in July 2019, the PALAZZINA project is made up of a team of eight artists who have been living together and managing the exhibition space together since its inception.
Alemannengasse 60, Basel

Photos by Guadalupe Ruiz
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Im Grafenhag, Winterthur
20.02.2021 – 28.03.2021

Group show with Camille Dumond, Doris Hardeman, Gilles Jacot, Ivana Kojić, Axel Kolb, Vinzenz Meyner, Ilaria Vinci, Amadeus Vogelsang.

Curated by : Julia Hegi, Antonia Truninger, Jamira Estrada.

Press release by Julia Hegi and Antonia Truninger
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Genève, Saint-Jean.
18.03.20-16.04.20

Group show with:
Tomas Baumgartner, Camille Dumond, Sabrina Fernández Casas, Geraldine Honauer, Camille Kaiser, Vicente Lesser, Real Madrid, Sergio Rojas Chaves, Paulo Wirz

Curated by Julie Marmet.


Launch of the associated publication with contributions from:
Ghalas Charara, Nadia Elamly, Olivia Fahmy, Max Leo Hauri, Nayansaku Mufwankolo, Camilla Paolino, Julia Pecheur, Colin Raynal, Felix Toro.


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Photos : Marilou Rose Jarry
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2020 | Suisse | Anglais /Fr subs | Video | 12 ' | HD


Jarman arial is the introductory video for "The filming, not the film", the first edition of Entretiens pour un film series, which develops around filmmaker Derek Jarman's home in Dungeness, UK. Connections are made between his garden, his filmmaking process and his illness. Entretiens pour un film is a series of publications curated by Camille Dumond, published by Editions Clinamen.



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The filming, not the film, Camille Dumond | Editions Clinamen | Distribution Les Presses du réel.

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Publié par les Editions Clinamen, "The Filming, Not the Film" de Camille Dumond est le premier livret de sa série intitulée Entretiens pour un film. Dans son essai, Camille Dumond écrit des lettres à Jarman, lui racontant sa première visite de son cottage et de son jardin sur la côte sud du Kent au Royaume-Uni. Elle explore le processus de réalisation de Jarman, tout en se concentrant sur la relation entre l'architecture, qui sert de toile de fond à The Garden (1990), et l'intrigue du film. Citant Beatriz Colomina et l’analyse de l'architecture moderniste qu'elle propose dans Privacy and Publicity : Modern Architecture As Mass Media (1994) ainsi que A Room of one’s own (1929) de Virginia Woolf, Camille Dumond pose des questions essentielles sur notre relation à l'espace, au genre et à l’architecture, et envisage ainsi la maison et le jardin comme des acteurs principaux. Le lancement a lieu à la Becque le 10 septembre 2020 - Une viédo d'un collage sonore et visuel composé d'interviews de Jarman et de ses acteur.ices présente "The Filming, Not the Film". Entretiens pour un film (Issue #1) The Filming, Not the Film. Edition bilingue FR/EN, 12 x 18 cm, broché, 88 pages, 15CHF Texte et dessins : Camille Dumond Coordination éditoriale: Roxane Bovet & Lucas Cantori Couverture : Vela Arbutina 200 copies Clinamen | editions-clinamen.com Distribution : Les presses du réel | lespressesdureel.com

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2020 | Morocco | Moroccan arabic / Subtitled French or English| Documentary essay | 43 '| HD
Le Cube – independant art room, Rabat, Morocco, 2020.

A group of actors in Tangier discusses issues around language and transcription, basing their critical thoughts over a publication of local stories translated in the 1970's.




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Eye archive group (Technopark) presents the outcome of research conducted on the subject of translation and transcription between two languages, in Tangier and Rabat, during a residency of 3 months in Morocco. This residence was carried out within the framework of the Studio Residency 2020 program set up by Swiss art Council / Pro Helvetia - Cairo. The residency began in December 2019 in Dabateatr (Tangier), and ended in Le Cube - independent art room (Rabat) in March 2020.


Avec / With : Hamza Ahmich, Amine Daoud, Salma El idrysy, Diyae Maalem, Saad Mohad, Ilias Naser, Sara Zekri ; Réalisé par / Directed by : Camille Dumond ; Créé en collaboration avec / Created in collaboration with : Hamza Ahmich, Anass Allaoui, Younes Daghmoumi, Amine Daoud, Salma El idrysy, Diyae Maalem, Saad Mohad, Ilias Naser, Hassan Okacha, Sara Zekri; Image / Camera + Montage / Editing : Camille Dumond ; Prise de son / Sound : Younes Daghmoumi; Mixage & création sonore / Sound edit & design : Reda Zniber; Traduction / Translation : Zineb Sbai El Idrissi, Achraf Remok, Ayoub El Mouzaine ; Sous-titrage / Subtitling : Zineb Sbai El Idrissi, Camille Dumond ; Voix-off / Voice-over : Abdessamad El Montassir; Etalonnage / Grading : Kevin Le Dortz ; Graphisme / Graphic design : Hamza Ahmich, Anas Massaoudi; Remerciements / Acknowledgments : Zineb Sbai El Idrissi, Elisabeth Piskernik, Gabrielle Camuset, Joséphine Dernoncourt, Le Cube – independant art room, Ayoub El Jamal & Randa Maroufi, Drissi El Arbi & ZOOM7 production, Reda Zniber & Mariakenzi Lahlou, Kevin Le Dortz & Faysal Lahrouchi, Compagnie P-art-age / Tanger . Dabatek / Dabateatr, Jaouad Essounani, Farah Abdelmoumni, Technopark Tanger, Achraf Remok, Ayoub El Mouzaine, Emilienne Guiffan, Anna Benarrosh.
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Le Cube – independant art room, Rabat, Morocco.
12.02 - 19.06.20

Solo show in the frame of Pro helvetia Cairo, Studio residency 2020-21.

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Film, 17’44", 4K, color, 2019.

From one sunset to the next, an airport agent slowly questions the meaning of her daily life, with the help of her colleagues.

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Screening, ceramics, screen fabric.
Swiss Art Awards 2019, Hall 3, Messe Basel, Switzerland.



The script of the film is based on interviews held with ground handling employees from Geneva airport in 2018-19.
Written and directed by Camille Dumond. With: Tarren Johnson, Kaspar Locher, Salber Williams. Cinematography: Romain Rampillon. Camera assistants: Julien Bauer, Niko Gindler. Director Assistants: Khristina Demenshina, Ndayé Kouagou, Steve Paul. Sound recording: Tsvetelina Valkova, Alexander Acevedo. Make-up: Mellie Steffanides. Costumes : Camille Dumond, Luzie Meyer. Editing: Deborah Uhde, Vera Herr, Camille Dumond. Sound mix : Adrien Kessler. Color: Leon Orlandi. Subtitles : Piero Di Clemente/Raggioverde.

Swiss Art Awards aknowledments: Benjamin, Jony, Lauren, Lea, Beni, Natascha, Cy, Marie-Pierre.
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Solo show with guests - Arttu Palmio, Marilou Bal, Agathe Frasson-Cochet, Aminata Labor, Farooq Gul- in Quark, Geneva, 2019.



Screening of Haro (Film, 23’51’’, 4K, color, sound, 2018) in loop.

Window-fresque Haro by Marilou Bal & Agathe Frasson-Cochet.

Readings by Arrtu Palmio, Benjamin Elliott, Melodie.

Texts by Camille Dumond, Aminata Labor, Le protagoniste by Arthur Jaquier.

Sweatshirt Kabul by Farooq Gul.

The film Haro follows mental peregrinations and physical wanderings of anonymous characters. The filming overflows out of the shooting time, inside the exhibition space. Former participant actors are invited to join the show in Quark (Rue Charles-Imbert, Geneva) for a new physical and ephemeral narrative. A series of recent ceramic works {Zwischennutzung} are shown as teasers for the upcoming film to be shot in Berlin called The escape.

Written and directed by Camille Dumond. With : Farooq Gul, Arttu Palmio, Aminata Labor, Osmin Renaux, Marie Sebag, Michael Henaf, Damien Robert, Jacob Zucherman, Karim Manneh, Marilou Bal, Agathe Frasson-cochet, Guilhem Monceaux, Munsif Abrahimkhil, Abdul Raziq.

Paris: Cinematography : Jean-Baptiste Mees | Son : Lucas Salvador | Set design : Camille Dumond, Arthur Jaquier, Benjamin Elliott. Costumes & Make-up : Laura O’rorke. Lights : Thanks to Eric Lamy. Shots were filmed inside the Group show “CLUB ANDALOUSE”, curated by Marie de Gaulejac with following artworks : “Night Shop (Bruxelles)”, 2015 de Nicolas Bourthoumieux ; “Blackstar”, 2005 de Anne-Mie van Kerckhoven ; “Walk all Over me (Socks On)”, 2017 de Madison Bycroft ; “Club Andalouse Curtain”, 2017 de Erwan Mahéo. Club Andalouse est un projet soutenu par la Fondation Wallonie-Bruxelles (Paris, Octobre 2017). Thanks to Joseph Kouli, the team of Club Andalouse, Marie-Pierre Lamy, Arnaud Dumond.

Geneva: Cinematography : Julie Bellard. Son : Benoit Frech. Sets : Thanks to Ressources Urbaines. Artworks : Text from The childlike life of the Black Tarantula (1973) by KATHY ACKER. Installation of the set after the artwork Blizzard Ball Sale (1983) by DAVID HAMMONS.
Set by Camille Dumond. Necklaces made with iron molds “Token” by Basile Dinbergs. Edit: Camille Dumond. Sound mix : Adrien Kessler. Color : Raphaël Dubach - Thanks to R. Frauenfelder, S. Lacour, T. Rabemanantsoa. | Music : Following original tracks were mixed for the soundtrack. © She spells doom. GLANCE by She Spells Doom (0:16) from album Monstart Vol.5 - MONSTART / Gardenia Haze by She Spells Doom 6:59) from album Jacuzzi Jam Junction EP - CREME RECORDS. Other soundtracks : Cosmo, Behold, Dreamscape, by Camille Dumond. Additionnal sound design by Adrien Kessler.

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Spectacle, 120 minutes. Théâtre de l’Usine, Genève, 2019.

Un projet de Kayije Kagame, avec Camille Dumond, Hugo Radi, Marvin M’toumo, Ndayé Kouagou.

* Tant que vivra ceci, par ceci tu vivras. Derniers vers du Sonnet XVIII de William Shakespeare.


Direction artistique : Kayije Kagame
Conception : Kayije Kagame, Camille Dumond, Marvin M’toumo, Ndayé Kouagou, Hugo Radi
Dispositif scénique : Camille Dumond
Composition sonore : Ndayé Kouagou
Conception costume : Marvin M’toumo
Film : Hugo Radi
Chef opérateur : Augustin Losserand
Conception lumière : Dinko Baresic
Administration : Cie Victor, Les Papiers
Coproduction : TU – Théâtre de l'Usine
Soutiens : Ville de Genève, Loterie Romande, Fondation Ernst Göhner
Photos: Eden Leviam

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Film, 23’51’’, 4K, color, sound, 2018.

From supervising boardgames to getting a haircut, a man escapes his fragmented life. A cyclic environnement stages repetitive gestures done by ubiquitous characters. Everything is a loop. He will soon disappear and be replaced. As the camera visits forests, clubs, exhibitions and flat-sharing lives, a painting from Magritte ’La voix du sang’, staging a tree with holes, appears as a symbolic pattern of the story.

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7,8.Haro (Paris set)
Group show Club Andalouse, curated by Marie de Gaulejac - Film set for Haro, Paris, 2017.

Written and directed by Camille Dumond. With : Farooq Gul, Arttu Palmio, Aminata Labor, Osmin Renaux, Marie Sebag, Michael Henaf, Damien Robert, Jacob Zucherman, Karim Manneh, Marilou Bal, Agathe Frasson-cochet, Guilhem Monceaux, Munsif Abrahimkhil, Abdul Raziq.

Paris: Cinematography : Jean-Baptiste Mees | Son : Lucas Salvador | Set design : Camille Dumond, Arthur Jaquier, Benjamin Elliott. Costumes & Make-up : Laura O’rorke. Lights : Thanks to Eric Lamy. Shots were filmed inside the Group show “CLUB ANDALOUSE”, curated by Marie de Gaulejac with following artworks : “Night Shop (Bruxelles)”, 2015 de Nicolas Bourthoumieux ; “Blackstar”, 2005 de Anne-Mie van Kerckhoven ; “Walk all Over me (Socks On)”, 2017 de Madison Bycroft ; “Club Andalouse Curtain”, 2017 de Erwan Mahéo. Club Andalouse est un projet soutenu par la Fondation Wallonie-Bruxelles (Paris, Octobre 2017). Thanks to Joseph Kouli, the team of Club Andalouse, Marie-Pierre Lamy, Arnaud Dumond.

Geneva: Cinematography : Julie Bellard. Son : Benoit Frech. Sets : Thanks to Ressources Urbaines. Artworks : Text from The childlike life of the Black Tarantula (1973) by KATHY ACKER. Installation of the set after the artwork Blizzard Ball Sale (1983) by DAVID HAMMONS.
Set by Camille Dumond. Necklaces made with iron molds “Token” by Basile Dinbergs. Edit: Camille Dumond. Sound mix : Adrien Kessler. Color : Raphaël Dubach - Thanks to R. Frauenfelder, S. Lacour, T. Rabemanantsoa. | Music : Following original tracks were mixed for the soundtrack. © She spells doom. GLANCE by She Spells Doom (0:16) from album Monstart Vol.5 - MONSTART / Gardenia Haze by She Spells Doom 6:59) from album Jacuzzi Jam Junction EP - CREME RECORDS. Other soundtracks : Cosmo, Behold, Dreamscape, by Camille Dumond. Additionnal sound design by Adrien Kessler.

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1-7.Gezi
A Solo show gathering the screening of People's Park dub and several objects in Hit artspace, Geneva, 2017.

Gezi takes the name of Istanbul park in Turkey, which existence is similar to the People’s park from Berkeley. A fence in the room directly adresses the idea of an occupation and the shaping of the park itself by its occupants. Maybe they would have hang their food to dry, like the street sellers we see in the film Sajat Nova by Paradjanov. Gazies like daisies, gaze of daisies, park flowers hanging on the walls. They are blond American actresses (Barbara, Chloe, and Gena, Edith), gathered in some labyrinth - park.

People's Park dub, 18'27", 4K, color, sound, 2017.

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Film, 15’44’’, 4K, stereo, 2017.

MAN is haunted by a dream. CAT does not especially want to help her and BIRD, who could reveal the meaning of the dream, cannot be found.


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This films is a free adaptation from the following tale by Ahmed Yacoubi : "The Man who dreamed of fish eating fish", ed. P. Bowles, "Five Eyes" by Black Sparrow Press (1979). Directed by Camille Dumond. With: Kayije Kagame, Clémentine Ménard, Yitu Tchang, Guilhem Monceaux, Cécile Gourbière. Cinematography : Jean-Baptiste Mees | Sound: Etienne Bellière | Director assistant : Jina Kim | Extras : Alexandre Carré, Jina Kim, Estel Fonseca, Mathilde Puig, Liv Schulman, Tim Sidmonds | Set design by Romain Dja Daouadji | Lights : Estel Fonseca, Alexandre Carré | Catering : Alexia Rigal, Xavier Baudry | Thanks to Guilhem Monceaux, Alexandre Carré, Liv Schulman, Timothy Sidmonds, Triangle France, Marie de Gaulejac, Anne Le Troter, Antonin Horquin, Anne Marchis, Benjamin Valenza, Pierre Armand, Estel Fonseca, Ahmed Yacoubi and his last partner Carol Cannon.


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A temporary artspace proposal by Camille Dumond with Alaa Abdelhamid, Diego de Atucha, Etienne Chosson, Ellen Ripley for BIG, Biennale des indépendants, Plainpalais, Geneva, 2017.



Gorrh Etherrwork is a fictional temporary place and a shooting set. Four interventions around what is visible in society at different scales are developped in the bunker or in the public space of the biennale around it. The participants wish to develop a collective film through their interventions, that might exist or not after the three days.

photos: Laurence Favre

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1-9.Firewalk
An event by Camille Dumond, Lou Masduraud, & Romain Rampillon. Filmed with 360 camera, the event brings together artist collectives over three days in the artspace Glassbox, in Paris - 2017.

Infos
With following collectives : Okay confiance (Elie Ortis, Elise Carron, Anne-Lise Le Gac) Pauline Perplexe (Cecile Bouffard, Antoine Barberon, Mathilde Rives), The cheapest university avec une lecture de Sabrina Soyer.
Technical device and image by Romain Rampillon Firewalk Poster by Jeremy Piningre Film screenings (program by Gabriel Gonzalez & Camille Dumond): Opa-Locka Will Be Beautiful, Armand Morin (21'12, 2011) Paradise Loop, Alain Garcia (9', 2016) Picasso Land, Bertrand Dezoteux (11'06, 2015) People’s Park Archive, Fred Fischer (9’, 1969) People’s Park, Camille Dumond (9’, 2017) Ain’t Got No Fear, Mikhail Karikis ( 10’ 2016) Stand-by Office, Randa Maroufi (13’20, 2017) Le Park, Randa Maroufi (14’, 2015)

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1-5.People’s Park dub
Film, Double screening, 18’27", 4K, stereo, 2017.

People's Park scenes and general plot is inspired from the photographic and audiovisual archives of the eponymous Californian park from the late 1960s in Berkeley, California. The fiction is shot in Geneva, Switzerland, in 2016. The original audio at the begining pf this long version is from Mario Savio speech during the Sit-in Address on the Steps of Sproul Hall – delivered 2 December 1964 at The University of California at Berkeley {Extract below}


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6,7.Narratives of the near future, HEAD Campus, 2017

Screen device by Collectif Galta, Genève.

Written and directed by Camille Dumond. With: Marion Duval, Kayije Kagame, Mallika Juillard, Claire Van Lubeek, Ravi Govender, Romain Grateau, Louise Nicollon des Abbayes. Directing assistant : Camille Vanoye. DOP : Michaël Capron. Sound : Masaki Hatsui. Costumes : Maïlys Leung. Regie : Louise Nicollon des Abbayes, Romain Grateau, Clara Coste. Catering : Adrien Chenevière. Music : Camille Dumond. Editing : Léa Chatauret. Sound mix and editing : Charlotte Butrak. Coloring : Nicolas Lossec. With support from Département de la culture et du sport de la Ville de Genève - Aide à la création 2017.

AUDIO: "Then I tell you something -- the faculty are a bunch of employees and we're the raw material! But we're a bunch of raw materials that don't mean to be -- have any process upon us. Don't mean to be made into any product! Don't mean -- Don't mean to end up being bought by some clients of the University, be they the government, be they industry, be they organized labor, be they anyone! We're human beings!"



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1-6.People’s Park
Short film, 8’55", 4K, stereo, 2017.

People's Park originates from the photographic and audiovisual archives of the eponymous Californian park from the late 1960s in Berkeley, California. The fiction is shot in Geneva, Switzerland, in 2016.

Film excerpt

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Written and directed by Camille Dumond. With: Marion Duval, Claire Van Lubeek, Kayije Kagame, Mallika Juillard, Ravi Govender, Romain Grateau, Louise Nicollon des Abbayes. Directing assistant : Camille Vanoye. DOP : Michaël Capron. Sound : Masaki Hatsui. Costumes : Maïlys Leung. Regie : Louise Nicollon des Abbayes, Romain Grateau, Clara Coste. Catering : Adrien Chenevière. Music : Camille Dumond. Editing : Léa Chatauret. Sound mix and editing : Charlotte Butrak. Coloring : Nicolas Lossec. With support from Département de la culture et du sport de la Ville de Genève - Aide à la création 2017.

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1-6.Six balls and the Maze
Video, 33’35’’, 2016.

Directed by Bianca Benenti, Camille Dumond, Séverine Heizmann, Gitte Hendrikx, Claire van Lubeek, Lin Vorwinzel.

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As part of the program Labor ø labor, by Benjamin Valenza and Triangle France, with the support of Republique et Canton de Genève, 2016.
8,9. Six balls and the Maze - Show in Forde, Geneva, 2018.
Text by Nicolas Brulhart & Sylvain Menétrey

Audio credits: “Fashion television” par Crowdpleaser; “Ascension” et “6 balls in a basket” par Pullman rose; “Brouette de choucroute” par Macon.

Thanks to : Lucas Cantori, Steve Lüthi, Benjamin et Clark Elliott, Macon, Lili Reynaud-Dewar, Benjamin Valenza, Gregor, Quentin, Denyse, Pierre-Henri, Nicolas Bruhlart, Sylvain Ménétrey.
Photos: David Zo Meroni

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1-3.Echo
Installation for the grants group show, Bourses de la ville de Genève (Prix Lissignol, Chevallier et Galland), Centre d'art contemporain, Genève, 2015.
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1-4.Pharcyde
Solo show, Quark, Geneva, 2015.

Text by Jean-Marie Bolay

Artworks:
"Pharcyde garden", various size, plaster casts with miscellaneous objects.
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Artwork "Tard" made in collaboration with Kyrill Charbonnel.
Video "Studio bay", directed by Camille Dumond, with friends.
Studio bay, full video



Thanks to : Elisa, Jean-Marie, Kyrill, Binette, Lauren, Florimont, Chloe, Lou.
photos: Annick Wetter

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