The Popular Photography Studio
“Mai 68 : Assemblée Générale” exhibition at Centre Pompidou, Paris, France.
This project was the result of a collaboration with Victor Guégan and his graphic design students at ESAD Amiens (École Supérieure d’Art et de Design d’Amiens). The Popular Photography Studio is the outcome of a 4 days long workshop that I conducted on the theme of “Tools of Anger” focusing on concepts concerned with the relationship between art and revolution. In addition to the Popular Photography Studio, the students also created interactive performances, videos, and interventions in the spirit of the students/workers movement of May 1968.
The participating students were:
Camille de Boisfleury, Alexandre D’Hubert, Ayasha Khan, Basile Dolfus, Blanche Dumont, Enora Jaouen, Estelle Dion, Emma Geslot, Nathan Le Bras, Gaelle Parachini, Juliette Ah-Chine, Raphaël Licoine-Mercy, Justine Magnat, Mia Thibierge, Louise Servan, Lucie Coupin, Paul Rivet, Pauline Haillet, J.B. Burguet, Pauline Etre, Nicolas Verguin, Julie Nesty Justine Magnat-Biermé, Camille Ternois, Léa Fernandez, Maulde Vallejo, Capucine Dromby, Richard Terrazzoni.