Traces of War, the exhibition curated by KLC – The Department of War Studies, was used as a back bone for a creative dance workshop uniting young girls, War Studies Students and war veterans in the same space. Videographer Noēmie T.J. Phillipson documented the week long creative process, out of which a short documentary film has emerged.
“The intervention of the doual’art association in public space is in response to a vow, unwritten but sealed in stone, between Didier Schaub and Marilyn Douala Manga Bell: never to renounce the utopias that appeared in the wake of the post’68 movements. Chiefly, the humanist idea of political generosity participates in the emancipation of people […]
Based- in London since September 2013, Cécile Bourne-Farrell is a curator and advisor for public and private structures. She has excellent connections in the field of contemporary art, she is fluent in English and Spanish, and has a good understanding of German and Italian. Advisor for AIC in 2004, in AIA 2006 and from […]