www.magasin-cnac.org/ecole — École du MAGASIN was founded in 1987 as one of the activities of the art center, MAGASIN in Grenoble. As the first curatorial studies program in Europe, it was set up to provide a professional environment for a rigorous combination of research and practice. By providing the participants with nine months hands-on experience in organizing a (...)www.magasin-cnac.org/ecole — École du MAGASIN was founded in 1987 as one of the activities of the art center, MAGASIN in Grenoble. As the first curatorial studies program in Europe, it was set up to provide a professional environment for a rigorous combination of research and practice. By providing the participants with nine months hands-on experience in organizing a curatorial project, the École du MAGASIN gives a direct approach to curatorial practices.
Session 24 of the École du Magasin was held from September 2014 to July 2015 and was composed of Betty Biedermann, Sophie Lvoff, Martina Margini, Théo Robine-Langlois, Asli Seven and Chloé Sitzia. Session 24 was assisted by curator Estelle Nabeyrat (head of coordination) and curator Manuel Segade (tutor).
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[Grenoble • France]
Produit en résidence à Grenoble, Dream Diary est une série de performances enregistrées, chacune prenant comme départ la narration d’un rêve de la nuit précédente. La pièce explore l’espace entre le texte et sa vocalisation, c’est une narration onirique altérée par son passage par le corps de l’artiste, acquérant un effet quasi hypnotique par des procédés de répétition et de soustraction.

Produced by Itziar Okariz and Session 24, with translations by Jaime Lopez.

[Grenoble • France]
Produced in residency in Grenoble, Dream Diary is a series of recorded performances by Itziar Okariz, each one based on the narration of a dream from the previous evening.  It is an exploration of the space between text and its vocalization, a dream narration altered by its passage through the artist’s body, a nearly hypnotic experience produced by repetition and substraction.

Produced by Itziar Okariz and Session 24, with translations by Jaime Lopez.