AWARE invites artist Morgane Baffier
20.02.2024 | Morgane Baffier x AWARE
AWARE invites artist Morgane Baffier - AWARE

Les M&M’s l’ont fait [The M&M’s have done it], lecture-performance by Morgane Baffier. © Quentin Bordes

Proposed workshops for groups of high school students as part of the Role Models program

AWARE: Archives of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions is offering high school workshops in collaboration with artist Morgane Baffier, who will be presenting a lecture-performance entitled “Les M&M’s l’ont fait” [The M&M’s have done it] on women artists who are “role models”, i.e. are examples to be followed. The workshops will also provide an opportunity to discover the AWARE research center at the Villa Vassilieff, and to reflect on gender inequalities, particularly in the art world.

Morgane Baffier

Morgane Baffier is an artist-lecturer whose surname derives from the ancient Occitan “bafa” meaning “swindle”, and this information may be important in understanding her work. Using graphics, fabricated images, and internet videos, she elaborates all manner of metaphysical theories and reflections, developing them to the point of absurdity. In a bid to deconstruct knowledge, she appropriates the codes used in business, the media, and intellectual circles, and mocks, with finesse and humor, the systems of power and authority that condition access to speech.

Reservation

Interested teachers can reserve with the AWARE team by sending an email to info@aware-art.org

 

Useful information

AWARE : Archives of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions
Villa Vassilieff
21 avenue du Maine,
75015 Paris

Opening hours: Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Accessibility

The Villa Vassilieff is accessible to visitors with reduced mobility, thanks to special facilities (access ramp, adapted toilets and elevators).

Several reserved parking spaces are available in the vicinity of the Villa Vassilieff:

  • in front of 4 rue d’Alençon
  • in front of 7 rue Antoine Bourdelle
  • in front of 23 rue de l’Arrivée

View the map of adapted parking spaces in Paris

 

This programme received the support of Fondation Engie.

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