Terra Nullius (transl. ‘nobody’s land’) presents eight selected multi-media practitioners from France. Together, they invent new spectral edifices, environments and networked ecologies in the ‘post-digital’, post-pandemic world, deflecting our known sensibilities of place, belonging and reality. These interactive/collaborative works were originally part of a larger commission through the Image 3.0 grant, spearheaded by CNAP (Centre national des arts plastiques), and realised earlier this year in partnership with the Jeu de Paume in Reims.
Image credit: Donatien Aubert, Cybernetics, The Living and the City, 2021
Co-curated by: Pascal Beausse and Rahaab Allana
Artists: Brodbeck & de Barbuat, Donatien Aubert, Gregory Chatonsky, Hanako Murakami, Justine Emard, Mustapha Azeroual, Noemie Goudal, Phillipe Durand
Scenography: Sukanya Baskar
Institutional Partners: CNAP and Jeu de Paume
With the special support of The Embassy of France in India - The French Institute in India
Curatorial Support: The Alkazi Foundation for the Arts
Project Support: Ricoh
Disclaimer: We would like to thank you all for your overwhelming response to the Festival! It is this enthusiasm that makes our return to Panjim all the more special. Performances and workshops have limited seating. Those who had pre-registered for a performance/workshop will be given preference for entry. Beyond that, if seats are left, entry will be allowed on a first come first serve basis.
We appreciate your patience and understanding in this matter.