En Déplacement #24 with Elodie Royer, Corinne Morel Darleux

Friday 24 May, 4 pm
📍 Galerie Jocelyn Wolff, Romainville

Discussion in French
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🎙️Élodie Royer is an independent curator and PhD student at the ENS in the SACRe laboratory. Her current research focuses on linking the practices of women artists in Japan in terms of their roots in their living environments, the history of disasters and environmental struggles, and ecofeminism. Since her residency at Villa Kujoyama in Kyoto in 2011, she has worked regularly on and with the Japanese art scene. Between 2016 and 2020, she curated a series of exhibitions commissioned by KADIST and the MOT Tokyo Museum of Contemporary Art in collaboration with Che Kyongfa. More recently, in 2022, "Les Êtres Lieux" at the Maison de la culture du Japon.

🎙️Corinne Morel Darleux is an author, essayist and eco-socialist activist. Based in the Vercors region of France, she is involved in a number of ecologist and libertarian networks and devotes her time to field activism and writing. In 2019, she will publish "Plutôt couler en beauté que flotter sans grâce", a book advocating a radical choice in the face of the threat of collapse.

About the podcast ?
Once a month, Thomas Boutoux and Clara Schulmann host figures from the contemporary art world on the set of their show “En déplacement,” to discuss their trajectories, and especially their changes in trajectory.