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SCORE FOR PUBLIC SPACE
Performance in public space

    P.R-E.P lab is an informal institution created by Amélie Marneffe that unites the group of amateurs in order to develop current issues of artistic practices.

    P.R-E.P lab is the art project that inserts contemporary and vivid ideas of art works in the urban area. With the help of the art network of professionals that is presented throughout the locality, P.R-E.P lab introduces itself to the public spaces in order to make an independent proposition that coincides with the subject and background situation of the chosen place.
Here is a chain moving trough the city and buildings.
MANUAL FOR BETTER GAMES
(Stage) Performance
    1. Pick any web video lesson
2. Apply devices to a different subject
3. Switch off the computer and play

    The first part of Manual for Better Games is built on a live broadcast of a piano lesson from Youtube in order to revisit the codes of theatre. While the « web teacher » teaches tools necessary for the study of the piano, we apply these tools to the making of stage art and the show is constructed step by step.
All essential elements of the keyboard now become elements of the décor, which in the second part of the show will be transformed into different fictions.

In collaboration with Marie-Louise Stentebjerg

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SING ME A SONG
Installation performance

    Sing me a song is a participative invitation composed of dynamic relations between the performer and the viewer. These are defined by the relation between the sound proposal of the viewer and the physical response of the performer. 

SHOW MUST GO ON
Installation participative

    Show must go on attempts to question the relation between the viewer and artist position through a playfull installation. 

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TRILOGIE EN RÊVES MINEURS
Installation

   

    First it has been an installation   
    Then a departure   
    To end, a new start!

    The text above is part of a large 2D installation meant to be the first episode a triptych. The work plays in 3 acts to undefine the boundaries between fiction and reality.

    The first part set the principles and introduce the second part. This new one turned a vernissage into a journey to America during which correspondance were only allowed through the wall of the gallery.

    Today I am happy thank you!
When reality gives fiction gives reality… or.. 

NOT BORN IN UK
Installation documentation
In London

    In collaboration with Blip, the Central Saint Martins College is working on programming video projections for its window gallery. In the context of this collaboration, I used the technical capacity of a software and the visibility of the exhibition window to display two announcements composed of questions.

    They were presented daily at 11AM and 17PM. The reactions were collected through an internet address linked to a mailbox. 

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KEEP ME
Action documentation
In Berlin

    In this action, the performer is melted in the public space and asks the Berlin native (joggers, passers-by, workers) if they would mind taping her around the urban furniture and objects such as cars, benches… 

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FEEL FREE MAX
Happening documentation
In Brussels

    Feel free Max is an action. It is performed in one of the biggest commercial high street in Brussels, where many fashion stores and fast food restaurant sit together. It is a playfull happening directly inspired by the location, Max is a goldfish who wanders around in his bowl

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TU COURS ?
Video

    

    This work aims to question the confusion of identity.

    Is being born in the late 70s and growing up in old Europe, surrounded by the countryside and family traditions, the problem of integrating into this huge society and representation shift?
Between attraction and inspiration on one hand and the missing feeling of warmth and repulsion on the other hand, the rise from adolescence to adult life can be violent and schizophrenic. 

CONSEQUENTLY
Video
    
    Consequently is a video work bringing two independent captures on one screening.
    Both videos relate to one another through the family filiations subject. The work means to evoke legacy patterns and specifically the consequences of unbalanced states of being in the familial context. On this work, my mother and I are filmed.

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