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October 2017

Nuit Blanche 2017 (OFFICIAL) – Children of the Light : À notre étoile

7 October 2017 à 19 h 00 - 4 h 00
Église Saint-Merry, 76 rue de la Verrerie
Paris, 75004
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The audio and visual illumination of the Saint-Merry church at the heart of the Nuit Blanche À notre étoile is an onsite luminous sound installation of large dimensions that will take over all of the Saint-Merry church, immersing you in a flow of troubling and spectacular sensations, but also in the contemplation of a patrimonial and cultural venue open to adventurous artistic experimentations. We expect thousands to come… An exceptional event with the Dutch collective Children of the Light, in coproduction with the Nuit blanche Paris, the non-profit organisation Art, Culture and Faith, the Saint-Merry pastoral centre, and Voir et Dire, following a commission by

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October 2019

Exhibition Les Hôtes | Jérôme Poret

5 October 2019 - 15 December 2019
La Maréchalerie – Centre d’Art Contemporain, 5 Avenue de Sceaux
Versailles, 78000
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——— ■ Jérôme Poret : Les Hôtes The Maréchalerie has invited Jérôme Poret to produce an exhibition and to join forces in the organisation of Manèges, the annual cycle of debates. In 1884, convinced that a curse had been placed on her family due to the invention by her father-in-law of the first bolt action rifle, the widow of Winchester started the construction of a house that would only be finalised 38 years later. Every night, she would communicate with the spirits, the presumed victims of the rifle, who would supply her with plans for a house in permanent construction, that had at the death of

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Nuit Blanche – edition 18 | Le CENTQUATRE-PARIS

5 October 2019 à 19 h 00 - 0 h 00
Le CENTQUATRE-PARIS, 5 rue Curial
Paris, 75019
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——— ■ Premier dévoilement ! Jusqu'ici tout va bien ? (Archéologies d'un monde numérique) A week after its opening and on the occasion of the Nuit Blanche, a first glimpse of the main exhibition of the digital art Biennial Némo will be unveiled to the public. You will discover the “new agora”, the neo-visitors of the CENTQUATRE in a technological world deserted by humans. A strange ecosystem, a mechanical, electric and electronic nature reclaiming its rights, will unfold with works by Krištof Kintera and Arcangelo Sassolino. Beb-Deum and Margriet van Breevoort will present a lively post-humanity, next to the 1990s karaoke – for machines only!

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Nuit Blanche at Saint-Merry church – Guillaume Marmin: Glory Moon

5 October 2019 à 20 h 00 - 3 h 00
Église Saint-Merry, 76 rue de la Verrerie
Paris, 75004
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——— ■ Guillaume Marmin: Glory Moon A nocturnal metamorphosis of Slodtz’s Gloire dorée (1753) that decorates the Saint-Merry choir, a luminous sphere radiating throughout the nave, sculpting and revealing this space in three dimensions. An immersive scenography made up of more than 200 specific projectors, Glory Moon invites us to a physical exploration of the links between light, sound and architecture. © Maxime Brochier   ——— Saint-Merry church, Paris 4e Performance from 8pm to 3am ► free entrance Conception: Guillaume Marmin Sound design: Jean-Baptiste Cognet et Philippe Gordiani Production: TETRO+A Technics: Maël Pinard et Simon Zerbib    

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Exhibition at the CENTQUATRE-PARIS – Jusqu’ici tout va bien ? Archéologies d’un monde numérique [So far, so good?]

13 October 2019 - 9 February 2020
Le CENTQUATRE-PARIS, 5 rue Curial
Paris, 75019
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——— Jusqu'ici tout va bien ? (Archéologies d'un monde numérique) After Troublemakers, Prosopopées and Les Faits du hasard, here is the fourth main exhibition imagined by Gilles Alvarez and José-Manuel Gonçalvès. You are invited to project yourself in another world, a world that may not be with you. A world where the last human being has left, forgetting to turn the light off! Welcome to the future archaeologies of a digital world… Beings of the future, post-humans, These visitors come to discover a museum abandoned since 2019, after the disappearance of the human race… Room after room, they will discover an exhibition of digital contemporary

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November 2019

Zero Autonomy Exhibition at Cité internationale des arts

22 November 2019 - 1 December 2019
Cité internationale des arts, 18 rue de l’Hôtel de Ville
Paris, 75004
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——— ■ Autonomy Zero Co art director : Gilles Alvarez (CENTQUATRE-Paris) and Dominique Moulon (associate curator Nemo Biennial) There are many ways to conceive the lack or loss of autonomy, for humans as well as machines. By analyzing our relationships with technology, we understand that this missing autonomy is an important society issue. As a matter of fact, over time, we have given our knowledge and intelligence to servers and applications. This includes our most intimate memories that we are totally unable to precisely locate. We lose our minds at the thought of having a low battery or a disconnected network, even for a short amount

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NovaXX /2. NOVAXX / International Biennial devoted to technological, scientific and artistic innovation by women and in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution 4.0. 2019

29 November 2019 - 5 January 2020
Centre Wallonie-Bruxelles, 127-129 Rue Saint-Martin
Paris, 75004
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——— NovaXX / International Biennial devoted to technological, scientific and artistic innovation by women and in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution 4.0. 2019 ■ Haro sur les héros ! The NOVAXX ambitions to highlight the artworks of female artists that question as much as they testify to, criticise and incorporate scientific and technological innovations. The exhibition looks to contribute in dissolving the boundaries that separate contemporary art and movements from media art and so-called hybrid art, favouring creative processes that are based on going beyond corporations. Through the NOVAXX, the work of more than 10 female artists excelling and distinguishing themselves in the Old

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December 2019

Carte blanche House to the Electronic Arts Basel

11 December 2019 - 14 December 2019
Centre Culturel Suisse – Paris, 38 Rue des Francs Bourgeois
Paris, 75003
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——— ■ Carte blanche House to the Electronic Arts Basel In its program for Centre culturel Suisse, HeK (House of Electronic Arts Basel) reflects its identity as a museum dedicated to digital culture and the new art forms of the information age. Through different formats, such as installations, screenings, performances and a public talk, HeK presents a selection of works in relation to its recent and upcoming program, echoing its specific focus on artificial intelligence developed throughout the year. In conjunction with the theme of the Némo - International Biennale of Digital Arts, questioning the impending disappearance of mankind because of technological backlash, the artists

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February 2020

Exhibition Human Learning

4 February 2020 - 17 April 2020
Centre Culturel Canadien – Paris, 130 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
Paris, 75008
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——— ■ Exposition Human Learning  We have taught machines to count, then to memorize. Today, they teach themselves. The digital world calls this “machine learning”. We almost forget that this is only an evolution in what we have called “artificial intelligence”, based on the work carried out from the 1950s by the mathematician Alan Turing. Since that time, and in view of innovative artistic practices such as that of the Frenchman Nicolas Schöffer, more and more artists collaborate with machines to produce works, without thinking that they, too, may be creative.     Wouldn’t it be time to consider the value of the teaching that machines of

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