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Founded in 2015 by graphic designer Fanny Myon and architect Hugo Chevassus, the independent magazine fig. is publishing its 8th issue devoted to the theme of dependency.
To mark the release of this new opus, an exhibition brings together, for an evening and a weekend, "large-format" installations proposed by the magazine's contributors, which take over the floor of the Pavillon de l'Arsenal's hall.
With contributions and installations by:
Juan Pablo Gutierrez on the decolonial perspective, Jeanne Guien on consumerism and our relationship to objects - illustrated by Hugo Ruyant's paintings, Camille Bruneau & Sacha Gralinger on patriarchal debt and interdependencies - illustrated by Thomas Perrodin, Roxanne Maillet on graphic and non-binary détournements, La Buse on art workers and tools for social transformation of the art field between experiments and militant practices, Chiara Perlongo on crack consumption in the Parisian public space, Thibault Cocaign who from French Guiana sees Hexagone and French society retreating into a sick society, Manon Deck-Sablon and her photos of nude and non-gendered bodies with variable geometry, Françis Kéré for dancing under the moon, Apolline Lamoril on the Martine de Bandol affair in a survey-collection of photographs and archives, Gorge Bataille in a rewriting of Plato's Banquet, Quentin Vintousky in a comic strip on the echo of a virtual fall, Grégoire Sourice on our virtual avatars and "the red gradation of intestinal feeling. "