Conference: After Social Networks

Practices, aesthetics and ethics of an ecology of User-Generated Content.

 

Program of the Conference:

 

27th JUNE 2019

 

École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (ENSAD), room 308.

 

 

8H30

Breakfast

 

9H00

Opening remarks by Allan Deneuville and Gala Hernández

 

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I. Perspectives – Chair: Chloé Galibert-Laîné – 9H20-11H00

 

Ervina Kotolloshi, ‘The modularity of digital ready-mades in the theatre: between dilution of sources and erosion of content’

Alice Lenay, ‘Thinking about “company videos”. On some contemporary documentary works (“In the midst of new media”, Number 30 of the ‘Revue Documentaires’)’

Edmond Ernest AKA Alban, ‘Collaboration or Confrontation? CGU management in the Otaku media mix (1990-2010)’

Questions and remarks

 

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11H00 – Coffee break

 

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II. Publications – Chair: Allan Deneuville – 11H10 – 12H20

 

Bérénice Serra, ‘PUBLIC: a release of abandoned anonymous portraits’

Rémi Forte, ‘Poetic program, typographic system’

Questions & remarks

 

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12:20 – 13:10 Lunch break

 

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III. Curation – Chair: Allan Deneuville – 13H10 – 14H20

 

Natacha Seweryn, ‘Making films with videos that one has not shot: challenges of the distribution of atypical audiovisual works in France since 2012’

David Desrimais, ‘Practice and poetics of publishing in the digital age’

Questions & remarks

 

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14H20 – Conference by Franck Leibovici + Q&A

 

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15H20 – Coffee break

 

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IV. Identity(ies) – Chair: Gala Hernández – 15H30 – 16H40

 

Françoise Chambefort, ‘My little identity, an example of generative transformation of illegal but ethical UGC?’

Seumboy Vrainom: €, ‘Roaming for a rare earth’ (performed conference)

Questions & remarks

 

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16H40 – Closing Remarks

 

17H00 – End of the Conference

 

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18H00 – Film screening at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris (Amphithéâtre des Loges).

Presentation: Chloé Galibert-Laîné and Gala Hernández.

 

Remy by Guillaume Lillo (France, 2018, 30min)

(Self) Exhibitions by Florencia Aliberti (Spain, 2015, 14min)

Sitting in Darkness by Graeme Arnfield (United Kingdom, 2015, 15min)

 

To close the conference we propose the screening of three shortfilms that use User-Generated Content by adopting very different strategies. While Guillaume Lillo diverts videos from YouTube into a tragicomic fiction in a subjective camera using a first-person voice-over, Florencia Aliberti builds constellations of eximate images from teenagers’ webcams to identify the gestures and words of an overexposed youth online and Graeme Arnfield tries to identify a past event based on the traces that his witnesses have left on the Web. How and why did these artists appropriate these images to create their films? The directors will be present to discuss with the audience after the screening.

 

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Organizing Committee:

 

Allan Deneuville
PhD Candidate (ArTeC)

 

Chloé Gallibert-Laîné
PhD Candidate (PSL-ENS)

 

Valérian Guillier
PhD Candidate (Labex Arts H2H)

 

Gala Hernández López
PhD Candidate (ESTCA-EDESTA-Univ. Paris 8)

 

This study day is organised with the support of EUR ArTeC.

 

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