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June 22, 2022


Representing Data

Refik Anadol is an artist, professor and visiting scholar in the Department of Media Design Arts at the University of California, Los Angeles.

His immersive installation, "Machine Hallucinations - Nature Dreams", has been on display since June 11, 2022 at the Centre Pompidou-Metz, the first French museum to exhibit an NFT work.
A veritable data sculpture of colossal dimensions (100m2 of images in permanent movement), it is composed of two hundred million images of nature, accompanied by sounds produced by quantum noises.

For STREAM 05, Refik Anadol presents his work and comments on his most emblematic works.


June 10, 2022


Looking at the soils of the Greater Paris

Photographer Anne-Marie Filaire explores the transformations of the landscape. Since 2019, she has been documenting the sites accommodating the excavated soils from construction sites in the Grand Paris project, revealing the plastic and political dimensions of this “in-between” state of the landscape. Her work is currently be exhibited at the architecture and landscape biennale (BAP) in Versailles and the Hambourg Triennial of Photography.

March 08, 2022


Rethinking Urban Spaces through Gender Mainstreaming

The city of the future will be more sustainable, leveraging technology and nature, but it must also be more inclusive, which entails conducting efforts to engage in reflexivity regarding the making of the city. For feminist geographer Leslie Kern, the urban environment is not neutral. It was set up to support standards and power relations and was long operated by white men from the upper classes. She invites us to examine a broader spectrum of needs of city dwellers and to reintroduce embodied reality into urban design. This results in tangible spatial interventions, for instance, on lighting and walkways, but also on social issues, around mixed use and taking into account marginalized voices in the decision-making processes.

March 05, 2022


Cities For People: How Paris & Barcelona Learned Urban Planning From Groningen

How can the individual be put back at the heart of urban policies? Following the example of Gronigen in the Netherlands, initiatives are flourishing in Paris and Barcelona to make cities desirable places centred on the well-being of citizens. Through the study Champs-Élysées, Histories & Perspectives, Philippe Chiambaretta looks at the need to rebalance the distribution of the public space in order to revive "the most beautiful avenue in the world". A documentary by Miguel Ángel Cano Santizo for Deutshe Welle.

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