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Aurélien Gamboni * 1979 in Lausanne, lives in Genève

Based in Geneva, Aurélien Gamboni (*1979 in Lausanne) is an artist, former curator of the Forde art space, and collaborator of the SNSF research project The Anthropocene Atlas of Geneva of the Geneva University of Art and Design - Geneva (HEAD). In 2010, he conducted a long-term investigation into Jérôme Bosch's Escamoteur and "Écologie de l'attention", which won him a federal art prize in 2016.

Sandrine Teixido (*1974 in Argenteuil) and him followed Bruno Latour's arts a [...]

Based in Geneva, Aurélien Gamboni (*1979 in Lausanne) is an artist, former curator of the Forde art space, and collaborator of the SNSF research project The Anthropocene Atlas of Geneva of the Geneva University of Art and Design - Geneva (HEAD). In 2010, he conducted a long-term investigation into Jérôme Bosch's Escamoteur and "Écologie de l'attention", which won him a federal art prize in 2016.

Sandrine Teixido (*1974 in Argenteuil) and him followed Bruno Latour's arts and politics experimentation program at Science Po Paris in 2010, before starting their collaboration the following year as part of the Festival Les Urbaines in Lausanne. Since then, they have followed in the footsteps of Edgar Allan Poe's maelstrom during their travels in Brazil and Norway, and made interventions in the form of exhibitions and performances for the 9th Mercosul Biennale in Porto Alegre (2013), the Théâtre de l'Usine in Geneva (2014-2015), the exhibition "La bête et l'adversité" at the Bâtiment d'art contemporain in Geneva (2015) and the Musée d'art contemporain de Niterói (2016).

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