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June 2021

June 2021, CNAP (Centre national des arts plastiques) Contemporary Documentary Photography grant for the Luces Distantes (Distant Lights) project.

27 juin – 2 juillet 2021, residence, Seguin Foundation for Innovation, Varagnes (Annonay)

15-17 June 2021, Avatar – photography as a double in a time of crisis, conference and workshop in Bagdad with Emmanuelle Hascoët, curator (Fovearts). French Institute in Iraq

April 2021

18 April 2021, Tous en mème, a conversation with art critique Clare-Mary Puyfoulhoux, Point Contemporain magazine

14 April 2021, avatar-led opening of Blue Screen (Bleu écran), 3rd and last act of All the Meme (Tous en même), a VR solo show with the French Institute in Iraq.
5 to 9 PM (Paris time), with the artist, curator Emmanuelle Hascoët (Fovearts) and graphic designer Nicolas Balaine. Exhibition from April 7 to May 31, 2021

Feeding the Body Feeds the Spirit (Nourrir le corps nourrit l’esprit), CAC Meymac, Abbaye Saint-André Contemporary Art Center, April 3 to June 20, 2021, group show, curator Jean-Paul Blanchet

March 2021

Entracte, 4 March 2021, avatar-led opening of Memory Grey, Act II of All the Meme (Tous en Mème), an exhibition in three acts with the French Institute in Iraq. 6 to 9 PM, with the artist and curator Emmanuelle Hascoët (Fovearts). Exhibition from February 8 to April 7

February 2021

Residence, Centre Intermondes/Maison des écritures, La Rochelle, writing on the essay Territorism

December 2020

All the Memes (Tous en Mème), French Institute in Iraq, solo VR exhibition in three acts on Artsteps. Act I, Red Curtain (Rouge Rideau): Video-conference opening and tour, December 9, 2020, with Emmanuelle Hascoët, curator and Nicolas Balaine, graphic designer.

November 2020

Mater project, winner of the Experimentation 2020 grant, La Diagonale, University and ENS Paris-Saclay, with mathematician Agnès Desolneux

October 2020

Crecer, Resistir, solo show, Sorbonne ArtGallery, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University, October 6 to November 16, 2020
Opening conference, October 7, with Julien Petit, curator at MAMU (Bogota) and PBI (Peace Brigades International)