Flore Nové-Josserand (b. 1980, France) is a visual artist who works across a range of media: painting, sculpture, installation, photography, digital animations and prints, costume, architectural objects.
She completed an MFA in Fine Art from the Slade, London, in 2007. She has exhibited in Stroom de Haag, The Hague; Zabludowicz Collection, London; Baltic 39, Newcastle; The New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall, The Royal Standard, Liverpool; Eastside Projects, Birmingham. Nové-Josserand has worked on several architectural commissions and is currently designing a public sculpture for a new development in Bristol. She also runs the WAï, a collaborative research platform.
Eye-Eye is a curatorial and collaborative platform between artists Flore Nové-Josserand and Thorbjørn Andersen.
Project for EC1 24H CPH
BLOW-UP is a workshop for young people, working with projections, storytelling, shadows and colour, with a focus on experimental and atmospheric approaches.
As part of EC1 24H, Eye-Eye will offer a trial run of the workshop, turning the gallery into a DIY creative space and using it to make a live projection onto the window of the gallery, as a form of durational public performance for the street.
Program of the day:
13.00 – 14.00: set-up of materials and equipments
14.00 – 17.00: BLOW-UP workshop
17.00 – 20.30: display of the projections made in the workshop