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Hi. I'm a cultural worker and a graduate of erg (école de recherche graphique) in Brussels. I work around the nature of emotion in overlapping natural and digital networks, embracing connectivity as critical practice.
I live and work in Brussels, Belgium.
I like to use are.na to collect stuff.
I make and repost memes.
I'm a part of ɴon-ᴀ.

    Currently,
  • I'm studying at La Cambre's Master of Contemporary Writing. Here's where I collect ressources about my work in progress, a novel called "No Bliss".
  • With help from my friend Laura Brunisholz, I've started an archive of my favorite meme, "what if we kissed...". You can consult and add to it over here on my are.na page.
  • Along with Martin Campillo from non-a, we're supervising an ongoing net-art poetic performance piece over on non-a's wiki. It's called How Long Does It Take To Walk 3 Miles On A Treadmill?
  • Along with some friends from non-a, we're working on a collective digest called "Métaphorique Cannibale". You can download the press dossier here.
    Recently,
  • I read an extract from "No bliss" for Et Caetera at La Bellone in Brussels, with my friend Sylvain Peter on guitar. My friend Laura Brunisholz and I are working on a video of the reading.
  • Some friends and I organized and curated a vast group show on expressing feelings in the digital age, online and in Brussels, called (RIGHT IN) THE FEELS. You can download the press dossier here.
    We also conducted an interview (in French) about the show with the magazine Swicth (on paper), which you can find here.
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About me
Hello :-)
As I mentioned up there, I'm a cultural worker and a graduate of Brussels’ erg (école de recherche graphique). I work around the nature of emotion in overlapping natural and digital networks, embracing connectivity as critical research practice.
I live and work in Brussels, Belgium.

I try to work across fields and disciplines, but my main interests are digital technologies and the powers of emotions. Lately, I've tried to anchor my work in more political grounds, especially critical black studies, feminist and gender studies, and concerns about our relation to non-human entities.
Connectivity is important to my work : in terms of interdisciplinary, connecting fields, reworking matter and contents, leaving projects open to modification and updates, etc. Openness is therefore just as important, it is necessary for a radical connectivity - both conceptually (as in this website, for instance, where the code that built it is made visible) and as praxis – which is why I often work with existing content, reworking it, and would be honored and curious to see my own work reappropriated.
I like to use Are.na as a tool to keep track of my work in progress.

I was born in Nantes, France, and moved to Brussels in 2014 to study at the école de recherche graphique. I gratuated in 2019, and I'm now getting a second master's degree in Creative Writing at ENSAV La Cambre, in Brussels.
Thanks to my friend Martin for hosting my website on his server.