EDITORIALS

RENCONTRES INTERNATIONALES MONDE-S MULTIPLE-S

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With less than a month to go before the start of our Rencontres Internationales Monde-s Multiple-s, we are entering a second lockdown. This one does not look exactly like the first one, but it has the effect that we have to transform everything, rethink our modes of diffusion, and resilience, because there is no question of cancelling. We must participate in maintaining a living creation. Our recourse: the Internet. Our biggest frustration: the lack of physical contact and the distance of most of the artists and partners who were supposed to come. A few of them will nevertheless be there in residency to conduct workshops and contribute to the collective energization. In a record time, we have a challenge to meet.

 

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EDITO YANNICK BEDIN

Deputy Mayor for Cultural Affairs
of the City of Bourges,

 

Les Monde.s Multiple.s are pushing their boundaries

 

The city of Bourges is happy to support and to welcome these first Rencontres Internationales Monde.s Multiple.s, following les Rencontres de Bandits-Mages, our town have had the opportunity to watch grow. What could be more stimulating than art oriented research, expressions and disciplines hybridisation, relationships woven between institutions, artistic collectives, and higher arts and science education? All these worlds will be gathering in Bourges, in November, with the participation of sound and visual writings trailblazing artists.

 

This month, Bourges will resonate with Europe and the whole world. As we applied to become the Culture European Capital in 2028, we naturally answered the call for these Rencontres Internationales Monde.s Multiple.s.

 

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EDITO ANTOINE REGUILLON

Director of ENSA Bourges

 

Mondes multiples : a collective work

 

This new edition of the formerly Rencontres de Bandits Mages, and very aptly renamed Mondes Multiples, substantively reflects on artistic creation in the midst of post globalisation. This event, unique in its form raises the question of why and how disseminate art today.

 

If the lockdown context does necessarily influence the choice of a digital exhibition platform, the long reflexion undertaken by Isabelle Carlier and the Antre Peaux team nevertheless draws on this inventive prospective work towards the invention of what will be the cultural artistic events of the future, that is to say of tomorrow.

 

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