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Parsons Paris exhibits works from his Art, Media and Technology students at Plateforme Gallery from 5th to May 21th 2017

From May 5th to May 21th, 2017, Parsons Paris is taking over the Plateforme Gallery founded by François Ronsiaux for three exhibitions that will showcase various works produced by the students of Parsons Paris from first years, to the Bachelor (Art, Media and Technology) and the Masters (Design+Technology).

A project initiated by Art, Media & Technology department’s program director Benjamin Gaulon in collaboration with Félicie D’Estienne D’Orves, Bridget O’Rourke et Nicolas MaigretInspired by inframince (infrathin), Infraspace explores Marcel Duchamp’s concept in a multi-layered and multidimensional approach, inviting the ‘viewer’ to engage with the elusive space between work and perception. This exhibition is a showcase of works from the class Spatial taught by French artist Félicie d’Estienne d’Orves. This group show is rethinking the concept of inframince coined by Marcel Duchamp. Curated by Sean Rose. 

The second exhibition module A more fruitful way to spend free time” is a showcase of works from the class Disnovation taught by french artist Nicolas Maigret will focus on the friction spaces generated by the Gig Economy. During the spring 2017 semester students from the BFA AMT and MFA Design + Technology have been making work and research around various topics related to technological innovation and their social, political and environmental impacts. 

Finally, “Small Works” will present a showcase of works from the transdisciplinary First Year Curriculum at Parsons Paris. Students from all undergraduate majors offered at Parsons study together to learn the basic principles of creativity in art, design and design strategies. Curated by artists Bridget O’Rourke and Anne Attali.

More information on Plateform Gallery here and on Parsons Paris website here