Exchange series #03 | ft. Émilie Pitoiset
Live from her residency at the Onassis Foundation in Athens, the artist Émilie Pitoiset (b. 1980 in Noisy Le Grand, FR), put together a playlist of tracks that have an influence or that accompany her artistic practice. Alongside her playlist, Émilie is sharing some thoughts on the importance of music in her work and on her own involvement within the scene, with her band Ophelia. Finally, we are also sharing a throwback to her solo exhibition MANIAC which took place at Klemm’s in September 2020, on the occasion of Gallery Weekend Berlin.
Emilie Pitoiset (b. in Noisy Le Grand in 1980) is an artist, writer, and choreographer. Since 2013, she has been teaching at the IsdaT – institute supérieur des arts de Toulouse where she heads a research seminar in partnership with CNAP – Centre National des Arts Plastiques, Stage Studies on Dance & Choreography. She will soon be collaborating with the masters’ program at ICI-CCN Centre Chorégraphique National of Montpellier and its director Christian Rizzo.
Recent exhibitions include: It took the night to believe, Goethe Pop Up Minneapolis, Minneapolis; In the Spotlight of the Night – Life in the Gloom, Museum Marta Herford, Herford; Trois fois rien, Centre National de la Danse, Pantin; Festival Move, Centre Pompidou, Paris; Rehearsal, Tai Kwun Contemporary, Hong Kong; The Vanishing Lady, KLEMM‘S, Berlin; An exhibition of a dream, curated by Mathieu Copeland & FM Einheit, Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian, Paris; Back to Mulholland Drive, curated by Nicolas Bourriaud, La Panacée, Montpellier; happy ending, curated by Florence Derieux, Frac Champagne Ardenne, Reims and The Third Party, Double Feature program, Schirn Museum, Frankfurt. Her work is included in various collections, including: MNAM – Centre Pompidou, Fond National d’art Contemporain, Frac Ile de France, Frac Champagne Ardenne, Frac Paca, Frac Auvergne, Musée Départemental d’Art Contemporain de Rochechouart, EVN Sammlung, DZ Bank Sammlung, Sammlung Philara, Lenbachhaus, and Munich’s Pinakothek.