FIAC and the Fondation d’entreprise Ricard present the tenth edition of the Cinéphémère, an artist’s film programme screened during FIAC week in a 14-seat nomad movie theatre on the Avenue Winston Churchill. The programme conceived by curator Thomas Boutoux, traces a history of contemporary artists’ awareness of environmental problems, the evolution of climate conditions, and the transformation and alteration of ecosystems.
Thomas Boutoux is an author and exhibition curator, editor and teacher. After co-founding and co-directing the independent space castillo/corrales (2007–2015), he is now one of the members of Paraguay, an independent, cooperative publishing house founded in Paris in 2009. He teaches the history of ideas and contemporary art at the School of Fine Arts in Bordeaux. Over the last five years, he has organized exhibitions and special projects for the Fondation d’entreprise Ricard and its editorial platform TextWork. For the Fondation, he now conducts research on the dialogue between art, science and activism.
Avenue Winston Churchill, 75008, Paris