Catalogue dedicated to the artists graduated of the Nancy superior art college (Ensa Nancy) between 1988 et 2011: Marion Auburtin, Jean Bedez, Thomas Bellot, Etienne Boulanger, Thomas Braichet, Morgane Britscher, Emilie Brout & Maxime Marion, Dominique Cunin, Cristina Escobar, Elise Franck, Caroline Froissart, Virginie Fuhrmann, Jochen Gerner, Jérémy Gobé, Marco Godinho, Sébastien Gouju, Harold Guérin, Sylvie Guillaume, Paul Heintz, Simon Hitziger, Victor Hussenot, Marie Husson, Guillaume Janot, Marie Jouglet, Yonsoo Kang, Geoffrey Kayser, Benjamin Laurent Aman, Sophie Lecuyer, Heewon Lee, Aurélia Lucchesi, Mayumi Okura, Cécile Paris, Dominique Petitgand, Emmanuelle Potier, Victor Rares, Jean-François Robardet, Vivien Roussel, Aïda Salahovic, Emilie Salquèbre, Atsuki Takamoto, Sarah Vaxelaire.
Foreword by Christian Debize (Ensa Nancy chairman) and critical text by Leonor Nuridsany (art critic and curator). Ceonceived and realized with the studiens of the Coedition research and creation workshop (Ensa Nancy / Artem), directed by Thierry Fournier and Jean-François Robardet.
A catalog designed for tablets
The research and creation workshop Coedition at the National College of Art of Nancy explores since several years digital art practices, in multiple forms: works, curating and performing arts. Its projects have been showed at Ballet de Lorraine, CITU, Nancy Museum of Fine Arts, Contexts (Paris), CNES Chartreuse Villeneuve-les-Avignon, Tunis Choreographic Festival, NaMiMa Nancy, etc. Its 2013 project was Co-edition, the first digital catalogue for iPad published in Ensa Nancy.
Alum is the first catalog ever published about the visual artists graduated of Ensa Nancy. Designed for tablets, the project grasps the very characteristics of this medium: cover as an index, very large pages dedicated to each artist allowing multiple relationships between their elements, multimedia, etc. The project was designed and built under the guidance of artists coordinators by the students of École des Mines (Nancy Engineering School), ICN Business School and Ensa Nancy Art College, who participated in the entire design process and realization of the publication.
Alum brings together the work of forty-two artists, spotted by the school and / or having answered to a call for participation launched in late 2013. Each one of them proposed a biography, a series of images or videos and – for some of them – a critical text about their work.