Studio Walter is the studio
of the artist and curator
Marie-Pierre Bonniol

— Berlin, Germany

Marie-Pierre Bonniol, Streetfinds, CEAAC, Strasbourg, 15.06-08.09.24

Current and forthcoming

12.06.2024Bernard Stiegler, l’amatorat et les livres, lecture, Bibliothèque nationale et universitaire, Strasbourg, France
To coincide with the Streetfinds exhibition at CEAAC which is based on a collection of books found on the streets of Berlin during the pandemic, this lecture is part of a series of three lectures on the aesthetics of books and the relationship between books and affects. Drawing on the thinking of the philosopher Bernard Stiegler, this first talk looks at the amatorat, going back to its fundamentals: a relationship to love and a relationship to work, and the creation of knowledge, particularly in bibliophilia. On an invitation of Benoît Wirrmann.
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15.06-08.09.2024Streetfinds exhibition, CEAAC, Strasbourg, France
An exhibition of books found in the street, revealing the psyche of the city of Berlin during the Covid-19 pandemic, accompanied by a series of lectures on bibliophilia. In the framework of Strasbourg UNESCO World Book Capital 2024. The exhibition opening will take place June 14th at 18h30. On an invitation of Alice Motard.
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16.06.2024Ciné-Familles / Images mouvantes, film programme, Musée Tomi Ungerer, Strasbourg, France
As part of the exhibition Images mouvantes, and in connection with the Streetfinds exhibition taking place at CEAAC, I’m curating for the Tomi Ungerer Museum – National center for illustration a programme of experimental films and artists’ videos on paper, illustration and moving image for young audiences and their families. With artworks of Lenka Clayton, Frédérique Rusch, Elena Duque, Dorothée Billard, Christophe Didier, Detel Aurand/Ute Aurand, Laura Ginès, Marin Martinie, Jacques Julien and Nikodio. Screening at 16h, free entry. On an invitation of Anna Sailer, with thanks to Alice Motard.
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2023-2024Die Ausstellung Les Immatériaux: Interdisziplinarität, Epistemologie, kuratorische Subjekte, Institut für Philosophie und Kunstwissenschaft, Leuphana-Universität, Lüneburg
I’ve been appointed for an academic year as research assistant on the DFG project Die Ausstellung Les Immatériaux: Interdisziplinarität, Epistemologie, kuratorische Subjekte, a research project on the exhibition Les Immatériaux which took place at Centre Pompidou in 1985. I’m assisting the art historian and curator Dr. Andreas Broeckmann with the the end of his research, and the organization of its digital archive.
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