Essay, by Emmanuel Vergès
In the construction of cultural proposals, focus attention on the lived and shared experience. Short essay on the philosophy of action and the function of art. Benoît Labourdette’s work, between By my window and street projections, makes me think (...)
Documentary on training, directed by Théo Rulin (3’18s, 2020).
Professional training through the concrete implementation of a cultural action rooted in the challenges of a territory, over two days (February 2020). Objectives To meet a changing neighbourhood and its inhabitants through an art education (...)
A film by Benoît Labourdette (3’05s, 2019).
The functions and necessities of art, which is not a luxury, but life and our very nature. Quotes from Paul Klee.
Nine films to present a selection of 2019 winners from the Afnic Foundation for Digital Solidarity. Afnic Afnic is the Internet Registry of domain names in.fr. Its profits are donated to the Afnic Foundation, which supports projects that (...)
Sharing my interest in an inspiring personality.
The notion of “cultural rights” is increasingly present in the debates within the cultural sector. They are seen by many as being at the heart of the issues and processes of change in the field of culture. But they are controversial, their very (...)
How to raise awareness in a very short time and in an active way about the creative potential of digital technology? Framework Th eDSDEN of Haute Savoie (National Education) organised on 12 February 2019 a departmental training and (...)
Communication by Benoît Labourdette to listen (25 minutes) on the stage use of live contributions from unknown users. As part of the symposium “Attention, machine!”. February 7,2018. This symposium organised by the Litt&Arts UMR of the (...)
The films gathered here were made in a collaborative way in 2019 as part of the participatory artistic action DIA LOG, which accompanies the changes in the Les Navigateurs district of Choisy-le-Roi. Immersed in the eyes of the children of the (...)
Because of the mechanical nature of its technical function, photography is for me a matter of time rather than a visual matter : in its silver salts, or its pixels today, it is time which is captured, preserved, reinvented at every glance. Time (...)