Free for all
Juliette Bibasse: The joy and struggle of producing innovative light installations
With a background in artistic direction, Juliette Bibasse has a taste for simple and stripped down aesthetics. Since 2009, she has been applying her skills to the digital art scene, creating connexions and opportunities between artists, festivals and cultural actors.
She collaborates with several international artists, touring their existing projects as well as developing new creations.
Since 2013, she is the head of Studio Joanie Lemercier.
She works as an associated curator for several festivals and cultural institutions.
Eager to learn and to share her experience, she is giving talks about topics related to digital art.
For the past 5 years, Juliette has been collaborating with several artists as an independent producer both for artistic projects and commissioned installations.
Working with Joanie Lemercier, Memo Akten, Kyle McDonald and others, producing a variety of projects with different scale and budget.
Building up projects alongside the artist, from the early ideas and first meetings up until the final delivery, she follows all the evolution of a project, on its artistic side as well as its fabrication.
She will share her experience as how technical innovations, fabrications issues or sometimes unexpected situations can influence the final artistic result and is asking "digital" artists to find their way through the labyrinth of technological challenges, ambitious ideas and potential crashes.
You will hear about projects you may already know but via the making off point of view with special insights not shared with everyone.
Talk: Nov.12 6:00 pm, Ground Control