We are pleased to launch Bizoux 2nd trimester with artists Adrien
Genty, Atiéna Lansade and Ariane Schick.
Bizoux is a collaborative platform run by Artist Eloïse Bonneviot and Curator Rosanna
Puyol devising a public programme and commissioning artists’ works online.
For its second edition, Bizoux invites Adrien Genty, Atiéna Lansade and Ariane Schick to
present their works through a series of readings and projections at DOC. Their online work
will conjointly be published on www.bizoux.online.
Adrien Genty (b. 1987, Charenton-Le-Pont, France) lives and works in Paris.
As part of Bizoux, he will present a video work recalling his interest in teenagehood and
representation. The film is a collage of two elements: blurred images from advertising campaigns
and a music tutorial. Sound and images together allow the viewer to identify a generational
perspective and perceive the moment of a transition towards representations of success,
social aspirations and expressions of sensuality. Adrien exhibited at the Fondation Ricard,
Pauline Perplexe, France Fiction, Un regard Moderne and with Shanaynay at Paramount Ranch.
He graduated from the Beaux-Arts de Paris in 2012 and participated in the 58th Salon de
Montrouge in 2013.
Atiéna Lansade (b.1990, Paris, France) lives and works between London and Frankfurt. Her
practice explores social architecture and power relations within the exhibition context
through installation, performance and sound. On the occasion of Bizoux, she will present
the installation Lavender Buds, bringing scent, sound and image together to reflect upon
the construction of memories and imagination within urban settings.
Selected solo exhibitions include: Cribs, Penarth Center, London; tôle, Greatorex, London;
La Femme Suite, All Welcome, Vilnius; Kärcher, LimaZulu, London. Atiéna is now studying
at Städelschule, Frankfurt, runs the radio show 3:04 on NTS radio and performs as part of
Ariane Schick (b. 1984, Ashford, UK) lives and works in London. At DOC, she will propose
the reading of a short text in English followed by selected chapters from the novel ‘…à la
petite semaine’ written by her grandmother Ange Seidler and published in 1937.
Selected recent exhibitions include: I Made You To Find Me, Super Dakota, Brussels, 2017
(solo); La Tarantella, AND/OR, London, 2017 (solo); Pure Boar Bristles and Nylon Tufts,
Podium, Oslo, 2016; After Photography, Alain Gutharc, Paris, 2016; Triple Flute, Westminster
Waste, London, 2015. Ariane graduated from the Royal Academy Schools, London in 2014.