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CAMILLE LAURELLI “NEWS FEED”

6.11-4.12.2018. ARS Showroomi galerii

Camille Laurelli isikunäitus “NEWS FEED” hõlmab valikut joonistusi, mis on teostatud jõudehetkedel nutitelefoni messengeri rakenduses.

Camille Laurelli on Prantsuse multimeediakunstnik, kes elab ja töötab Tallinnas. Laurelli kaitses doktorikraadi Annecy Kõrgemas Kunstikoolis (2014) ja magistrikraadi Grenoble’i Kõrgemas Kunstikoolis (2005). Alates 2011. a. toetab teda Smirnov & Sorokini fond.
Laurelli asutas ja kureeris OUI Kunstikeskust 2007-2014; alates 2013. a. kureerib ta vitriingaleriid Grenoble’is ja alates 2016. a. Tallinnas. Alates 2015. a. on külalisõppejõuna töötanud Eesti Kunstiakadeemias. Alates 2015.a. esindab Laurellit galerii galerii. Laurelli kureerib PortFolio Space’i ARSi kunstilinnaku koduleheküljel www.arsimaja.ee alates 2017. aastast.
Camille Laurelli on Triin Tamme assistent aastast 2009. Laurelli kuraatoriprojektide hulgas on 2016. a. septembris koos Nicolas Audureau’ga kureeritud grupinäitus “Infinite Lives” Tallinna Linnagaleriis ning 2017. a. Filmiarhiivi ja EKA disainiosakonna tudengitega koostöös korraldatud näitus Eesti Rahvusarhiivis.
Laurelli avas 2018. a. suvel ARSi loomelinnakus Videmängude Muuseumi. 2018. aastal ilmus tema tööde retrospektiivkataloog koostöös MAMCO ja Annecy Kõrgema Kunstikooliga. Laurelli teoseid kuulub erakogudesse.

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ARS Showroom presents Camille Laurelli’s solo exhibition “NEWS FEED” that is a selection of drawings on pictures made on his phone from messenger application during idle times.

Laurelli is a French intermedia artist currently lives and works in Tallinn. He graduated from Annecy Higher Art School (2014) from the program of Art Research PhD and Master degree from Grenoble Higher Art School (2005). He is supported by the Smirnov & Sorokin foundation (since 2011). He funded and curated OUI Art Center from 2007 to 2014 and he is curating Galerie Showcase in Grenoble since 2013 and Showcase Tallinn since 2016. He is teaching at EKA Tallinn as guest teacher from 2015. His work is also represented by galerii galerii since 2015. He is running PortFolio Space on ARS website since 2017.
He’s also Triin Tamm’s assistant from 2009, and he curated the collective exhibition «Infinite Lives» for Kunstihoone at Tallinn City Gallery in september 2016 with the curator Nicolas Audureau and «Infinite Lives» in 2017 at the National Archive Gallery of Estonia with the collaboration of the National Film Archive in Tallinn and students from EKA design department.
He opened in summer 2018 the Museum of Video Games in ARS.
A retrospective catalogue of his work was published in 2018 with the collaboration of MAMCO and Annecy Higher Art School (ESAAA). His artworks are also owned in private collections.