Carin Klonowski


May 20, 2021 - Jun 04, 2021


Thursday, 20 May from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Performance of Lucie Desaubliaux + Launch of La belle revue

Saturday, 29 May at 4:00 PM

Restitution of Carin Klonowski's residency, concluding a year of research at Glassbox.

With works by :

Joan Ayrton
Marion Balac
Guillaume Berrut
Alix Desaubliaux
Lucie Desaubliaux
Gérald Kurdian
Emmanuel Van der Meulen  
Poésie Maxi


R – ???
U – ????
    Uncharted sea of
LOST                                                                        I’m the guardian of this place
    Loaded code                                                         can help u 4 what u chase                                        but,
…                                                                              can’t be freed from my class
DO I EXIST ?                                                           even in neverwinter nightss

This long-term residency is a winner of the Forte grant, a programme run by the Île-de-France region to support collaboration between an artist and an organisation in the region.The artist would like to thank the École Supérieure d'Art de Clermont Métropole for its production support, and the Allen and Florence Loewy galleries for presenting the works of Emmanuel Van der Meulen and Joan Ayrton.


Au commencement, il y eut une explosion
Lucie Desaubliaux
"Au commencement, il y eut une explosion" is an account of a research process into the perception of time. Against a backdrop of astrological listening, performance, discussion and readings, it interweaves questions about the diffuse background of the universe (the ghostly image of the very first light that ever existed and continues to reach us) and the chaotic process of writing a novel.

Lancement de La belle revue #11

Since 2009, La belle revue has been a contemporary art magazine on the web, accompanied by a free annual paper edition with a print run of 4,000 copies, distributed in France, Belgium and Switzerland. La belle revue aims to provide a forum for reflection on issues affecting contemporary art in general, and the Centre-France-Rhône-Alpes region in particular, and this new issue includes:- a thematic dossier on the zombie, from its Haitian origins to its ramifications for pop culture and contemporary art. - a Global Terroir section focusing on Nigeria, with three articles by artists taking a look at the art scene in Lagos - a series of reviews, interviews and focus sections, presenting exhibitions opened in recent months and initiatives undertaken in the Centre-France-Rhône-Alpes region - finally, the In Situ section, featuring artists' creations for the pages of the magazine, produced this year by the Coopérative de Recherche de l'École Nationale Supérieure d'Art de Clermont-Métropole.