Camille Laurelli Portfolio
By Pascale Riou
1 Continuation: noun. The act or state of continuing; the state of being continued. Extension or carrying on to a further point: to request the continuation of a loan. Something that continues some preceding thing by being of the same kind or having a similar content: today's weather will be a continuation of yesterday's. Library Science. A supplement to a publication previously issued. A work published in continuance of a monograph, serial, or series. British Stock Exchange. contango.
2 Constancy : noun. The quality of being unchanging or unwavering, as in purpose, love, or loyalty; firmness of mind; faithfulness. Uniformity or regularity, as in qualities or conditions; invariableness.
3 Fold : noun. A part that is folded; pleat; layer: folds of cloth. A crease made by folding: he cut the paper along the fold. A hollow made by folding: to carry something in the fold of one's dress. A hollow place in undulating ground: a fold of the mountains. Geology. A portion of strata that is folded or bent, as an anticline or syncline, or that connects two horizontal or parallel portions of strata of different levels (as a monocline) An enclosure for sheep or, occasionally, other domestic animals. The sheep kept within it. A flock of sheep. A church. The members of a church; congregation: he preached to the fold.
4 Hero: noun, plural -roes. A man of distinguished courage or ability, admired for his brave deeds and noble qualities. A person who, in the opinion of others, has heroic qualities or has performed a heroic act and is regarded as a model or ideal: he was a local hero when he saved the drowning child. The principal male character in a story, play, film, etc. Classical Mythology . A being of godlike prowess and beneficence who often came to be honored as a divinity. In the Homeric period: a warrior-chieftain of special strength, courage, or ability. In later antiquity: an immortal being; demigod. Hero sandwich: noun, plural -ros. A large sandwich, usually consisting of a small loaf of bread or long roll cut in half lengthwise and containing a variety of ingredients, as meat, cheese, lettuce, and tomatoes.
5 Leitmotiv: noun. Music: a recurring short melodic phrase or theme used, esp in Wagnerian music dramas, to suggest a character, thing, etc. An often repeated word, phrase, image, or theme in a literary work.
6 Place: noun. A particular portion of space, whether of definite or indefinite extent. Space in general: time and place. The specific portion of space normally occupied by anything: the vase is in its place. Every item on the shelf had its place. A space, area, or spot, set apart or used for a particular purpose: a place of worship; a place of entertainment. Any part or spot in a body or surface: a decayed place in a tree.
Sans titre (RĂŠflexion)
7 Reflection: noun. The act of reflecting or the state of being reflected. An image; representation; counterpart. A fixing of the thoughts on something; careful consideration. A thought occurring in consideration or meditation. An unfavorable remark or observation.
8 Complex: noun. An intricate or complicated association or assemblage of related things, parts, units, etc.: the entire complex of our educational system; an apartment complex. Psychology. a system of interrelated, emotion-charged ideas, feelings, memories, and impulses that is usually repressed and that gives rise to abnormal or pathological behavior. A fixed idea; an obsessive notion. Mathematics. An arbitrary set of elements of a group. A collection of simplexes having specified properties. Also called coordination compound. Chemistry. A compound in which independently existing molecules or ions of a nonmetal (complexing agent) form coordinate bonds with a metal atom or ion. Compare ligand.
9 Trick: noun. A crafty or underhanded device, maneuver, stratagem, or the like, intended to deceive or cheat; artifice; ruse; wile. An optical illusion: it must have been some visual trick caused by the flickering candlelight. A roguish or mischievous act; practical joke; prank: she likes to play tricks on her friends. A mean, foolish, or childish action. A clever or ingenious device or expedient; adroit technique: the tricks of the trade.
Sans titre (flies fuking on five)
10 Incongruity: noun, plural -ties. The quality or condition of being incongruous. Something incongruous.
11 Game: noun. An amusement or pastime: children's games. The material or equipment used in playing certain games: a store selling toys and games. A competitive activity involving skill, chance, or endurance on the part of two or more persons who play according to a set of rules, usually for their own amusement or for that of spectators. A single occasion of such an activity, or a definite portion of one: the final game of the season; a rubber of three games at bridge. The number of points required to win a game.
12 Time: noun. The system of those sequential relations that any event has to any other, as past, present, or future; indefinite and continuous duration regarded as that in which events succeed one another. Duration regarded as belonging to the present life as distinct from the life to come or from eternity; finite duration. ( sometimes initial capital letter ) a system or method of measuring or reckoning the passage of time: mean time; apparent time; Greenwich Time. A limited period or interval, as between two successive events: a long time. A particular period considered as distinct from other periods: Youth is the best time of life.
13 Fiddle: verb (used without object). To play on the fiddle. To make trifling or fussing movements with the hands (often followed by with ): fiddling with his cuffs. To touch or manipulate something, as to operate or adjust it; tinker (often followed by with ): you may have to fiddle with the antenna to get a clear picture on the TV. To waste time; trifle; dally (often followed by around ): stop fiddling around and get to work. British Informal . to cheat. verb (used with object). To play (a tune) on a fiddle. To trifle or waste (usually used with away ): to fiddle time away. Bookbinding . to bind together (sections or leaves of a book) by threading a cord through holes cut lengthwise into the back. British Informal . To falsify: to fiddle the account books. To cheat: to fiddle the company out of expense money. Idioms. Fine as a fiddle, South Midland and Southern U.S. fiddle. Fit as a fiddle, in perfect health; very fit: the doctor told him he was fit as a fiddle. Also, as fit as a fiddle. Play second fiddle.
Work. Don't play
14 Captivate, verb (used with object), -vat路ed, -vat路ing. To attract and hold the attention or interest of, as by beauty or excellence; enchant : her blue eyes and red hair captivated him. Obsolete : to capture; subjugate.
Studies: 2000_2011 - 2009/2012 Currently in Post-Diploma in Annecy Fine Art School (DSRA), head teacher Stéphane Sauzedde. - 2005 Graduated with honours from Grenoble Fine Arts School, head of the jury Bernard Marcadé. - 2003/2004 FAMU student in Cinema and Photography departements, Prague. - 2003/2004 Student in AVU, New Media department, head teacher Michael Bielicky, Prague.
Workshops and residencies: 2011 - Krenobl residency, (krenobl.net) with the support from AAA and ministry of culture, Berlin. 2009 - «Hide and seek» with Ivars Gravlejs, workshop for the Tallinn Art Academy students of photography, teachers Laura Kuusk, Marge Monko and Marco Laimre, Muhu, Estonia. 2008 - «Doings or not», with Clôde Coulpier, workshop curated by Laura Kuusk and Margit Säde, Muhu, Estonia. - One year Studio from the Grenoble city council. - «Molly Sabata» residency, Fondation Albert Gleizes, les Sablons.
Collectives exhibitions (sélection): 2011 - «On/off», curated by Alexandra Galkina and David Ter-Oganian, Moscow Biennial. - «Skepticism from a sofa», curated by Nicolas Audureau, Moscow Biennial. - «Ikusi Makusi», curated by Benjamin Artola, Kalostrape, Biarritz. - «Gallery Darts», curated by Julien Villaret, Krenobl, Berlin. - «Rocket Engine», curated by Caroline Laurent, La vitrine, Paris. - «Rocket Engine», curated by Caroline Laurent, Zoo Galerie, Bordeaux. - «Collection 10m2», curated by Pierre Courtin, Gallery 10m2, Sarajevo. - «Showroom: Collection R.Charpentié», La Boutique, Strasbourg. - «Easter Egg», with Laura Kuusk curated by Serge Comte, Reykjavik. 2010 - «Dyaporama N°2 Beyound Path of Madness», LI-PO gallery, Tokyo. - «A Simple Story», Mladych Gallery, Brno. - «Des Montagnes», Duplex/Galerija 10m2, Sarajevo. - «TOUT», OUI art center, Grenoble. 2009 - «Antikristus», online animted gifs, curated by Anonymous, - «Bonus Stage», Xavier Jouvin Gallery, Grenoble. - «Wonder Bang», curated by Hikaru Miyakawa, Wonder Site Hongo, Tokyo. 2008 - «collection 10m2 Pierre Courtin», curated by Pierre Courtin, OUI, Grenoble. - «008», Mulhouse. - «Videorama», curated by Ludovic Burel, CNAC - Le magasin, Grenoble. - «Joseph Aloïs Schumpeter», curated by Stéphane Sauzedde OUI, Grenoble. - «Poésie nuit», Chantier Public, Lyon. - «Echos», curated by Stéphane Sauzedde, Alpexpo, Grenoble. 2007 - «Noël de OUI», OUI, Grenoble. - «Sway», Analix Forever, curated by Gianni Motti Genève. - «Basse def», curated by S.Sauzedde and Nicolas Thely, OUI, Grenoble. - «vidéo salon», curated by Pierre Courtin, Galerijia 10m2, Sarajevo.
2006 - «Nuage-éclair», Chantier public, Lyon. - «Suite», curated by Georges Rey, bf15, Lyon. - «Charming Nonchalance», curated by A.Nikitinova, nogallery.info, Prague. - «Plastic People Everywhere», curated by Krzysztof Łukomski, C2C, Prague. - «sans-titre», Union des photographes createurs (UPC), Paris. - «Scalo books v praze», Galerie Langhans, Prague. - «MI/GRE», Galerie C/O, curated by Katia Anguelova, Milan. - «Congrès de la Photographie», Palais du Luxembourg, Paris. 2005 - «Lantern of the East», International Festival of Arts, Pyeontaek. - «Fresh Europe», curated by Ivaniy Brigitta Embassy of Hungary , Berlin. - «Art Science», CEA/CNRS, Casemate, Grenoble. - «Fresh Europe», Fondation Kogart, Budapest. - «Pavillon Clandestin», Alliance Française, curated by Georges Rey, Venezia. - «Ex-Situ», ARSH Université Mendès France, Grenoble.
Solo exhibitions: 2011 - «Sans titre encore», curated by Pierre Courtin, Gallery 10m2, Sarajevo. - «Sans titre encore», curated by Gabriel Hernandez, Upsilon.net. 2009 - «in the garage», Labgaraz, with A.Nikitinova and I.Gravlejs, Kiev. - «Ca frotte ca passe», OUI art center, Grenoble. 2008 - «Illusion d’optique», curated by Pierre Courtin, galerija10m2, Sarajevo 2007 - «Dimentions variables», Production 138, UPMF, Grenoble. - «Biosphère: The Free Zoo», CAB, Grenoble. - «sans titre», French Institute, curated by Christelle Havranek, Prague. 2006 - «Bez nazvu/ Sans titre», with Mathieu Bonjour, Galerie Futura, Prague.
Curating projects: 2006_2011 - «Emergency», LOOP: traveling Art Center owned by Laura Kuusk. - «Dimanche», with Serge Comte, online animated gif exhibition, www.sergecomte.free.fr - «A Simple Story», with Katerina Fojtikova, Mladych Gallery, Brno. - «Marine di Manichino», Solenzara, Corsica, www.solenzart.blogspot.com - OUI Art Center, www.aoui.org - «Nature morte», NOG gallery, owned by Katerina Fojtikova, www.nogallery.info - «Chantier Public», Lyon. http://www.chantierpublic.org - «Dimanche», online animated gifs exhibition with Serge Comte, www.sergecomte.free.fr
Publications (selection): 2005/2010: - «Tissu 6», collective contemporary art revue, Geneva. - «Monography», publication initiated by Grenoble Fine Arts School and Grenoble city council. - «Au milieu des arbres», by stéphane Sauzedde, "04" Contemporary art magazine #4. - «BOOK», Lendroit Gallery, Rennes. - «Basse dèf», by Stéphane Sauzedde and Nicolas Thély, Presses du réel. - «Extrême CRAFT», curated by V.Klimasauskas, CAC, Vilnius. - «Foto kvartàls», nr.1(5), article by Ivars Gravlejs. - «Bathroom Manners», Paris Photo, Jannink/ Presses du réel.
Studying history of art at Grenoble University (France). Working in OUI art center (Grenoble, France) for AAA (Association pour l'Agencement des ActivitĂŠs / Association for Articulating Activities). Interested in contemporary art and processes in artistic activity. Thank www.larousse.fr and www.dictionary.reference.com.