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The fields and artistic mediums of the Pepinieres’ residencies are numerous and often reflect the diversity of partnerships engaged by the structure, whether at national or international level. Particular attention is however paid to contemporary and intermedia and digital arts and arts / science projects, sound arts, videographic arts, performing arts (with particular attention to performance outside of the traditional dance or theatre domains), contemporary poetry and more generally to new forms of hybrid writing… by promoting as much as possible the transversality between the different disciplines, practices and skills.

MAP – Mobility Art Process Residences

As a permanent programme, MAP consists in an accompanying of young artists and creative professionals on the European and international artistic scenes.

MAP supports a young generation of artists that involve themselves in the human, social and economic environments that they encounter.

MAP encourages multiplicity of experience and mutual enrichment through the production of transdisciplinary artistic projects developed through the experience of a territory’s realities.

M2M – Made to measure Residences

These “made to measure” residences (tailor-made for projects, partnerships and according to the opportunities encountered) do not necessarily involve a public call for projects. They may result from calls for projects internal to the Pepinieres networks, from the direct selection of artists / projects previously supported by the Pepinieres, from a partner’s proposal, spontaneous applications or new encounters. It can also be a support for production/creation. These residences (of variable duration according to needs and contexts) take place in different partner places which are chosen according to the opportunities or relevance to the project.

Associated residences

Artistic residencies based in France (open to French and/or foreign creators) for which the Pepinieres partnership supports the dissemination of the call. The latter can also take care of part of the development of the call, the production and monitoring of the residency, as well as the dissemination of the results.

Cross residences

These are exchange residencies. Pepinieres offers 2 structures (who become co-producers and co-distributors of the same original project) to collaborate together by bringing together 2 complementary artists (or one artist and one researcher working on the same project) on a new joint project. In addition to the increased production and dissemination possibilities for the project and the creators, they can also benefit from the cross-skills of the associated structures. 

Two residencies are therefore engaged: a conception/research residency in the first structure and a production residency in the second. The results of each residency give rise to a “try out” (first return, at the end of the first phase, from the organizers and invited professionals) a public presentation in the second and last phase of the creation (exhibition, performance… according to the form of the project).

 

 

Residences News

Adrien Lefebvre (Fr) | Est-Nord-Est Laureat (Qc) 2020

Adrien Lefebvre live en work in Normandy where he studied at the Arts & Medias school of Caen / Cherbourg. Specialised in installation and sound performance. Adrien Lefebvre gathered two assistance for the installation and creation to continue her research....

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Marit Mihklepp (Ee) | Lauréate Est-Nord-Est (Qc) 2019

Marit Mihklepp is an Estonian artist based in The Hague since 2013. While studying in the Netherlands she began longing for the wild landscapes of Estonia, and turned towards the other-than-human in our human bodies, the microbial wilderness that shapes human beings,...

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Baptiste César (Fr) | Laureat Est-Nord-Est (Qc) 2019

Baptiste César is a French artist, born in 1983 in Tavera (Corsica). He lives and works in Paris. Former student of Villa Arson Nice and HEAD of Geneva, his artistic practice is multiple. According to each new idea, she takes a new direction (installation, sculpture,...

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Florence Defawes (Be) | Laureat : Langage Plus (Qc) 2019

Florence Defawes, born in Liège (Belgium), sees herself more like a wanderer than an artist. She travels around the world as well as through her own life, not knowing where she is going or what she's stepping into.Drawn to the art world since she was a child, her...

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Davide Tidoni (It) | Laureat Méduse (Qc) 2019

Davide Tidoni is a researcher in the field of sound and listening. He's interested in the relational dimension of listening and the physical experience of sound. With a particular emphasis on observation, action and participation, he realizes a variety of works that...

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Cléa Darnaud (Be) | Laureate Méduse (Qc) 2019

Born in 1993, Cléa Darnaud discovered engraving at the Fine Art School in Bourges. It was during an internship at the studio of the Danish engraver Bo Halbirk in Paris that she became passionate about this technique and decided to continue her studies in Paris at the...

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Call 2018 | MAP artists residencies – Est-Nord-Est (Qc)

  CALL FOR APPLICATIONS : EST-NORD-EST CENTRE, MAP, ARTIST RESIDENCIES, SAINT-JEAN-PORT-JOLI, QUÉBEC, DEADLINE : DECEMBER 01, 2018 As part of their mobility program, the Creative European Pepinieres and Est-Nord-Est Centre are launching a call for applications...

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Call 2018 | MAP artists residency – Langage Plus (Qc)

  CALL FOR APPLICATIONS : LANGAGE PLUS, MAP, ARTIST RESIDENCIES, ALMA, QUÉBEC, DEADLINE : DECEMBER 1st, 2018 In the Framework of the Map mobility programme, Pépinières européennes de Création and Langage Plus launch a call for applications for a 2 months...

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