In the collaborative research of Aurélie Pétrel and Vincent Roumagnac (duo), photography dialogues with staging. Their reactivation protocol installations or their photoscenic pieces evolve over the time of their exhibition, by “intra-acting” with the environment of presentation, according to the successive rearrangements of the photographic objects and other materials that constitute them. They are represented by the Galerie Valeria Cetraro (Paris) with which they collaborate for the presentation of three solo (duo) shows in 2016, 2018 and 2020. Moving between visual and living arts, they install their works, among others, at the Comédie de Caen, at the Théâtre de l’Usine de Genève, at the Biennale für aktuelle Fotografie in Ludwigshaffen, for the 40th anniversary of the Center Pompidou with the CPIF at the Ferme du Buisson in Noisiel, or even at the Grand Café in Saint Nazaire. In residence at Villa Kujoyama during the winter 2020, Aurélie Pétrel and Vincent Roumagnac are carrying out a triple research echoing a dramaturgical work around the adaptation of Ursula K. Le Guin’s queer techno science-fiction novel, The Left Hand of the Night (1969)....
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