Société Anonyme
Société Anonyme: Week 1

Launch of a new art review online: Rosa B + Dinner with Erick Beltran. Paris, 2008.
Launch of a new art review online: Rosa B + Dinner with Erick Beltran. Paris, 2008.
Launch of a new art review online: Rosa B + Dinner with Erick Beltran. Paris, 2008.
Launch of a new art review online: Rosa B + Dinner with Erick Beltran. Paris, 2008.
Title: 
Société Anonyme: Week 1
Program Date: 
Saturday, 2 February, 2008

Launch of a new art review online: Rosa B + Dinner with Erick Beltran.


Saturday, February 2, starting at 6.30 pm

An evening celebrating the launch of a new art review online: Rosa B
Rosa B. is a collaboration between the CAPC, contemporary art museum in Bordeaux, and the Bordeaux School of Fine Arts.
The first issue of the magazine was guest edited by Thomas Boutoux and addresses the the conditions for producing and distributing artistic publications and critical writings today. It features a video-interview with Stuart Bailey (Dexter Sinister/ Dot Dot Dot) done by Michel Aphesbero; the film of a studio visit with Mark Manders and Roger Willemns (Roma Publications) directed by Yoann Gourmel, Julien Crépieux and Mark Geffriaud; as well as text contributions by Patricia Falguières, Friedrich Kittler, Matthew Stadler and Thomas Boutoux
This launch evening of the magazine will feature film screenings, conversations with the contributors, discussions with the publishers (Charlotte Laubard, Yann Chateigné, Guadalupe Etchevarria, Didier Lechenne) and the contributeurs and tasting of great Bordeaux wines.
(http://rosab.net)

Sunday, February 3, at 8.30pm

A dinner with...  Erick Beltran.
Mexican artist Erick Beltran developed during the research period of Société Anonyme at le Plateau a body of work around the notion of synesthaesia, as a metaphor of the translation of practices and the creation of links between unrelated things as a way  of organising the chaos of signs. There, above all, he developed a new way of working, being full-time in the space of the art centre during four months, working and experimenting there, organising workshops with children or art students, participating to debates, inviting scientists to respond his experiences... This working method, based on exhaustion and energy expenditure, leads him now to performances and presentations considered as never-ending events. Erik will prepare himself a dinner at Kadist art foundation accompanying his discourse, and considering the different dishes as its tasteful translation. This combination will create the baseline for a conversation about synesthaesia between him and the guests of the night

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