François Piron, exhibition curator
Born in 1972, François Piron is an independent exhibitions curator, art critic and editor. Graduate from the University of Haute Bretagne (Rennes 2), he is responsible for the postgraduate programme of the École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts de Lyon, and cofounder of the independent art space castillo/corrales in Paris. He led the La…Lire la suite
Statement of intent
“What are the emotions we are about to have in a future already present? The era of emotions is over. One prefers a mood or mood predictor […] which in turn become logos for products, which in turn become product-emotions, which in turn become consumers (by-products).”
Tan Lin, 7 Controlled Vocabularies
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The catalogue for the fifth Biennale consists of two pocket-sized volumes. Conceived and edited by François Piron, Marie de Gaulejac, Thomas Boutoux and the graphic designer Roman Seban, it represents an in-depth development of the curatorial idea behind the Biennale, and documents the exhibition, photographed by Aurélien Mole.