27 March 2017
23 March 2017
Another great moment with our old friend Zak Sally, who spent a couple of days around here those last days, so we took him for a ride to Nantes : a public talk, some short collective creation moments, and a little solo gig of him, courtesy or all our friends at Jet FM, Trempolino and Maison Fumetti.
Here you can hear a complete podcast of the talk and concert, courtesy of Jet FM.
Thanks to everyone involved ; full list on the french version of this note 😉
(most beautiful pics are courtesy ©Sandrine Martin & Benjamin Reverdy/Trempolino, the ugliest ones are ours and we are so sorry for that)
17 February 2017
Check the french part of this site for more infos !
26 October 2016
Another fanzine workshop, another festival.
Thanks to all the people involved into Les Rendez-vous du Livre 2016, which happened last week on the Île de Ré, in various locations. Thanks also to Pierre Ferrero for another great zine factory session !
19 September 2016
On a very regular basis, those super nice folks at du9.org give us some news of the great moments we all lived all together by the past, during our Pierre Feuille Ciseaux (“PFC”) classic events.
This very week, du9 share with us some long interview with Aidan Koch, who was part of the PFC5 residency in Minneapolis during the 2015 summer. Aidan is a brilliant artist who is using comics (and not only) to express herself and tell things with a real refreshing and very unique twist. As Xavier Guilbert says :
“With one foot in comics and the other in contemporary art, Aidan Koch is definitely a polymorphic artist who draws, sculpts, works on fabric, publishes littles books and makes installations. In every one of her projects, she works with fragile things, connects fragments, suggests impressions — building with every stroke a narrative that is both elegant and cristalline.”
Some others interviews done during PFC and available on du9 :
– Charles Burns, in 2015.
– John Porcellino, in 2013.
– Marc Bell, in 2013.
– Jaime Hernandez, in 2013.
– Anton Kannemeyer aka Joe Dog, in 2012.
– Anders Nilsen, in 2012.
Thanks again Xavier !