as part of the "Tilting of the Worlds" exhibition
Saturday, September 28th at 12pm at the Maison du conte
Free on reservation: 01 56 56 34 08 37
La maison du conte, 8 Albert Thuret Street, 94550 Chevilly-Larue
By RER: RER B to Bourg-la-Reine station (15 mn from Châtelet). Then bus 192 (direction Rungis market): departure from the "Mairie de Bourg-La-Reine" stop. Get off at the stop "Jean Mermoz / Général de Gaulle".
By the TVM: Stop at "Mairie de Chevilly-Larue" (TVM to be taken, among others from the RER A Saint Maur Créteil, metro line 8 Créteil Université, RER C Choisy-le-roi, RER D Pompadour and RER B Antony - Croix de Berny). Then 10 min walk, or bus 192 (direction Robinson) or 131 (direction Rungis / La fraternelle RER): departure from the "Mairie de Chevilly-Larue" stop. Get off at the next stop "Jean Mermoz / Général de Gaulle".
By metro: Line 7 to "Villejuif-Louis-Aragon" (terminus), then bus 286, stop "Jean-Mermoz / Général-de-Gaulle". Or bus 131 or 186 at Porte d'Italie, stop "Jean-Mermoz / Général-de-Gaulle".
By car from Paris: 15 minutes from the Italian gate.
Exhibition at the Maison des arts plastiques Rosa Bonheur
From September 27 to November 15, 2019
Cécile Beau, Karine Bonneval, Charlotte Charbonnel, Jérémy Gobé
curators: Pauline Lisowski and Fabienne Leloup
Opening Friday, September 27 at 6:30 pm
Followed by a dance performance by Emilie Pouzet around the Vertimus project
A performance-exploration of plant organizations and movements to invite us to change our perceptions of the natural elements and decompartmentalize, open up and expand our relationship with living things.
Maison des arts plastiques Rosa Bonheur
34 rue Henri cretté – Chevilly Larue
Tél. : 01 56 34 08 37
Monday - Tuesday: 2pm-7pm / Wednesday - Thursday - Friday: 2pm-5.30pm / Saturday: 2pm-6pm
Access: RER B "Bourg la Reine" + bus 192, station "Eglise de Chevilly-Larue".
Metro line 7 "Villejuif Louis Aragon" + bus 286, station "Lallier"
Metro line 7 "Porte d'Italie" + bus 131, station "Les Coquelicots".
Artist talk and roundvisit,
We invite you to share a drink in the new Maltfabrikken art buildings, and you will be the first to be invited to visit the place and participate in the first artistic event!
The French artist Karine Bonneval, resident of the Secret Hotels Earthwise centre in Bogens, will be at the Malting House to present her work. Karine is working on the "Vertimus" project, which focuses on the plant complexity and on the interactions between humans and plants. What if we could hear the mushrooms grow? Or exchange breaths with the trees?
Come, listen, discover with us and tour the buildings of Spritnye with its different sites, its workshops and its artists' residences
Registration at email@example.com // S.U. 16/7
RIXC Art-Sciences Festival
and Open Fields Conferences
The Lavtian National Museum of Art
Thursday July 4th, 5 pm
Ungreening Greenness and Naturally Artificial Intelligences
Public keynotes and artist talk : Jens HAUSER, Luc STEELS et Karine BONNEVAL
Friday 5th, 6pm [color=#000000][font=Arial]18h[/font][/color]
UN/GREEN Exhibition vernissage de l'exposition
The Latvian National Museum of Art / The Art Academy of Latvia
commissaires : Jens Hauser, Ras Smite, Raitis Smits
website Public conferences
26th of juine
Guz is a headdress for a plant and a musician.
The Guzmania and Emmanuel Hubaut (Les Tétines Noires, Dead Sexy, Pest Modern) play together in a deliberately minimal set up, consisting of an electric guitar and some analogical effects.
Going to the end of anthropomorphisation, Plant me is a performance where the plant "speaks", in relation to Emmanuel's guitar improvisations, for an attempt at communication and hybridization tinged with irony.
At 9pm, Gr_und, Seestraße 49, 13347 Berlin
A proposal from Karine Bonneval and the Studio Décalé
Inspired by the films on the movement of plants as they straighten up, Emilie Pouzet proposes a sensitive and sensory journey through the dance gesture. This workshop will be based on the observation-organization of the plant movement. In the meantime, it will be a question of exploring together different movement organizations in order to visit, taste and then activate a dance with and for plants. These notions and discoveries of movements in dialogue with the plant thus invite us to change our perceptions of the natural elements and decompartmentalize / open / widen our relationship with life.
Trained as a graphic designer and dancer, these practices have singularly enriched her field of research between the visual arts and dance. Émilie Pouzet develops performances, installations and videos that question the body and its possible paths of representation.
Conference bent in the wind: this reading is performed by Karen Houle, in an invitation to sink into the posture of a plant subjected to the elements. The reader and her audience must then adapt their position and listening to this unpublished text by the philosopher and poetess teacher in Guelph, Ontario. Plants move, plants use very specific skills and analyses of their environment to adapt. Together we will experience it through all our senses.
Saturday at 2 p.m.: body practice workshops, se planter / 6 p.m.: conference in the wind
Sunday at 2 p.m.: body practice workshops, se planter / 5 p.m.: conference in the wind
From June 7 to 28 2019
Seestr. 49 / 13347 Berlin-Wedding
Wed-Sat, 4pm-7pm and by appointment
Curators Karine Bonneval / Delphine Marinier
June 7: Opening as part of the Rendez-vous im Garten,
from 7:00 pm; performance by Chloé Silbano
June 8: Reading by Karen Houle, 5:30 pm
June 21: Myriel Milicevic and Nina Blume, Bike Tour
June 26: Emmanuel Hubaut, musical performance
June 27: Between Us and Nature - A Reading Club
(Eva-Fiore Kovacovsky, artist, and Sina Ribak, environmental & cultural manager) in cooperation with Zabrsikie- Buchladen für Kultur & Natur, 19h30 - 21h30,
in English language, rvsp only: firstname.lastname@example.org by 26 june.
From May 31 th to June 2nd
Culinary performance in the Jouvenel parc
may 31st and June 1st
Naturality...back to artifice.
And the city becomes nature, landscape, wild again...
From Alphonse Daudet Wood'sTown's fantastic tale, in which a community of migrants to America tries to build a city between river and forest but quickly encounters the hostility and invasive power of nature, Cahors Juin Jardins 2019 proposes a new theme as an interrogation: Naturalities, the return to artifice? What is naturality today? A nature that emerges spontaneously? A dynamic process not thwarted by man? A primordial forest? A primitive state of the Environment without human influence? A concept of Wilderness* designating the landscape in a supposed natural state... Does it not rather designate the guilt of man who, seeing the impact of his actions on the planet and fearing the consequences, advocates a fantasized return to nature? Or rather a use of artifice?
I will present three times a tasting ritual around the pieces listen to the earth. A culinary performance realized in collaboration with Ingrid Paul, Jérome Moulinou and Claudine Boyer.
as part of the artist residency of Dé-Jardiner’s event
Thursday 23th May 2019, 6 - 7.30pm
Go to gr_und to discover an artwork revealing the breathing of the tree made in collaboration with scientists. Karine Bonneval will then propose an unusual discovery of trees with bio acoustic tools in the surroundings of the gallery.
Meeting point: gr_und, Seestr. 49, 13347 Berlin-Wedding
Starting time: 6pm
Max. 12 people
No participation fee
Enquiry and registration: email@example.com
The Forum for Philosophy
30 April | 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE , London
Philosophers have long assumed that plants are inferior to humans and animals: static, inert, and unreflective. But recent scientific advances suggest that we may have underestimated plants. They can process information, solve problems, and communicate. We explore what plants can teach us about intelligence and agency, and ask whether plants think.
Director, Minimal Intelligence Lab, University of Murcia
Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, UEA
Fellow, Forum for Philosophy
Lecturer in Comparative Literature and Culture, Royal Holloway, University of London