This year the Post-BC has been rather a chameleon.

Defined by the flow of its multiple forms,

at the heart of a fragmented geography

being disrupted sometimes,

it uses its flexibility to bend and shape itself to keep all links.


From a necessity linked to the context, this agility becomes a strategy.

To reinvent the weys of being together, via screens or by keeping one-meter-apart, nevertheless

always trying to be together and continue to share.

To get around the obstacles and always come back to our initial  commitments

To experience slower, more implicit rhythms of work, without needing to exhibit it, and think about different ressources, different ways of creating and transmitting.

To build  a space where the connected and intertwined research amplifies the voices that carry us.

The Post BC is a parallel territory. 

It doesn’t insist on being the center by monopolising our undertaking, but vaguely  inserts itself into our daily lives.

With the same gentle movement it makes room for our vulnerabilities, for partial but not impartial knowledge which affects our practice.

It helps us to pay attention to how our work is received, questioning ourselves about how we address it : the legitimacy and generosity.

The art school becomes, for a year, a space for human and technical support; the basis for an opening to other spaces and interactions.

Finally, the Post BC is an encounter – of the Third Kind ? – in  unknown territory.

An encounter of 7 young artists  accompanied by 3 teachers, with a common desire to envisage  artistic work differently.