What is your discipline, your profession? (How do you name and define it)

I am a visual artist and writer. Text is my main tool, whether published, read aloud to an audience or recorded. I am regularly inspired to write about photographic images...but not only. One of the issues for me is to understand what text and image weave together in their close-knit relationship, regarding the static and the moving.

What does choreography mean to you today?

Choreography is everything that can’t be caught.

What are you currently working on and/or what is on your mind?

The potential of fixed image: content and what it is hidden. Fragmentary writing: content, what is produced in terms of continuity and discontinuity. How time influences movement, and vice versa.

Which artists have been important for you?
— What have you learnt or discovered from them?

Zoe Leonard, William Faulkner, László Krasznahorkai, William Eggleston, Chantal Akerman, Marina Tsvetaeva, W.G. Sebald, Chris Marker, Rémy Héritier, Diane Arbus, Gilles Clément, Murasaki Shikibu, Lewis Baltz, Jean-Louis Comolli, Fabrice Reymond, Etel Adnan...and I have probably forgotten some.

— They taught me, and still teach me today, to watch, to be disconcerted, to read, to write...

How do you see the relationship with audiences?

As the tip of the iceberg.

What is missing today?

Nothing is missing. There is too much already. 

highlighted dates: public open activities


October 2020

  • 10 October to 4 January
    "100% polyester, objet dansant n° (à définir)" by Christian Rizzo and Caty Olive

    FRAC, Franche-Comté

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