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A (CO-) LABORATORY FOR ART BASED RESEARCH IN ANTHROPOLOGY Curio is a space dedicated to performance as a vehicle for research. It implements a program that combines science with art, and more specifically the human sciences with spectacular and performative practices. Beyond the academic circle, it is aimed at people who undertake research by means […]

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Bernard Müller is an anthropologist. His work focuses on artistic approaches that draw on the toolbox of ethnologists and on methods of ethnographic inquiry that are considered as artistic processes. Influenced by performance studies, he is interested in the processes of staging and storytelling, whether they be scenic devices (theater, rituals, performances, etc.), museum scenographies […]

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  “Decolonization of the public space – a practical exercise in the methodological framework of performance studies” As a continuation of the summer semester 2021, this semester (SoSe2022), the seminar-workshop “Museum On the Couch” proposes to look again at how colonial history is inscribed in public urban space (statues, street names, factories, stores, etc.), outside […]

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Guy Debord, 1955 (?) “Psychogeographic guide of Paris: edited by the Bauhaus Imaginiste Printed in Dermark  by Permild & Rosengreen – Discourse on the passions of love: psychogeographic descents of drifting and localisation of ambient unities” The OUANPO (Ouvroir d’ANthropologie Potentielle), anthropological variation of the OULIPO brings together researchers, artists or research-creators associating human sciences […]

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Image ci-dessus : Happening Panoramique de la mer @ Tadeusz Kantor. 1967. Osieki. photo. E. Kossakowski You lead or are part of a project that combines art and anthropology? You consider yourself as a free and independent artist or researcher in anthropology? Then this call is for you. This call is addressed to any interested […]

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Andrew Nicholls and Travis Kelleher, Untitled (Study), 2013  Reflective and creative explorations of ethnographic collections  Designed as a workshop, this seminar proposed by Bernard Müller will allow to explore an issue related to current ethnographic museums, particularly with regard to the history of the Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum collections in Cologne (where the workshop is being held). […]

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Photo : Bernard Müller Azé Kokovivina, The voodoo priest Activation de l’autel de Kelessi, Exposition “Les maître du désordre”, Madrid, « La Caixa » Foundation (Madrid, Espagne) du 7 février au 19 mai 2013. En arrière-plan : arrêt sur image de l’action Joseph Beuys : « comment expliquer les tableaux à un lièvre mort ?», 1965 The fieldwork as a […]

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Atelier 2017-2018  The ethnographic field as artistic exploration  This seminar-workshop proposes to initiate a critical reflection on a mode of research in the social sciences and humanities which proceeds through artistic creation, and in particular by performance. As much attention will be paid to artistic projects that draw from the ethnographic toolkit as well as scientific […]

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Objects and Things in Social Sciences: Contemporary Materialities, Museums and Heritage (Les objets et les choses en sciences sociales : matérialités contemporaines, musées et patrimoines)   – Thierry Bonnot, chargé de recherche CNRS – Bernard Müller, anthropologue, enseignant Ecole supérieure d’art d’Avignon – Christelle Patin, chercheure associée centre Alexandre Koyré-EHESS Les 2e et 4e mercredi […]

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On 23 April 1983, the artist Daniel Spoerri organised a feast in the gardens of the Montcel estate in Jouy-en-Josas called the “Lunch under the grass on the occasion of the burial of the snare picture”. On that day, about 80 illustrious members of the cultural elite gathered to participate in an Eat-Art performance, concocted […]