Jean Michel Bruyère

-> work in the exhibition

[F]

artist

* 1959
lives and works in Dakar [SN]

Jean Michel Bruyère, born 1959, lives and works in Dakar as filmmaker, director, writer, sculptor, photographer and graphic artist. He is founding and artistic director of "la fabriks" [Groupe d‘Intervention Artistique Internationale – international artists intervention group], and director of the art school "Ecole d’art Man-Keneen-Ki" in Dakar. Bruyère teaches at different institutions, and has realised several works, partly commisioned by institutions in France and Germany. He is the founder and director of the recent LFK 1314, Electronic Theater of Marseille.

CV | Group Exhibitions | Works | Recommended Links

CV ::

1978
Debut feature at the theater

1983
Author and Director of his first play, represented by the group "Le Grand Nuage de Magellan", Châteauvallon [F]

1986
founding of "la fabriks", an international group of artists based in France

1993
founding of the company "International School for the arts FDM"

1994
founding of the art magazine "NK 1314"

since 1992
teaching at different international institutions

1995
founding of "tandala", a group of international musicians

since 1995 Bruyère ist consultant of the Association Français d'Action Artistique and member of the Collège Internationale des Arts Géographiques. Since 1995, he also works as photographer.

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Exhibitions, Installations, Performances ::

2001
"Must of Quartiers Nord", public art project, Marseille [F]

2000
"Jean Osinski ne fait rien", public art project, Forbach [F]
Festival "Interférences", Belfort [F]
Biennale des Arts Contemporains de Dakar, Dakar [SN]

1999
Scène Nationale de Marseille, Marseille [F]
Festival des Nuits Savoureuses, Belfort [F]
Biennale des Arts Contemporains de Dakar [SN]

1995
Centre Culturel Français, Dakar [SN]
Théâtre St-Gervais [CH]

1994
Théâtre de Port-Louis, République de Maurice [RCA]
Pavillon Français, Zagreb [HR]

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Works ::
[Auswahl]

° Films ::

"La double lumière", 2001 [0:54 h]
"Une Brutalité pastorale", 2001 [0:06 h]
"Diane Aveugle", 2000 [0:54 h]
"Les 4 Trous du Langage", 2000 [1:00 h]
"L'Eau écrit toujours au pluriel", 1999 [0:06 h]
"La Fete silencieuse", 1999 [0:26 h]
"Elements of a naked chase", 1999 [0:57 h]
"Cyclopes", 1999 [2:30 h]
"Poèmes à l'infect", 1997 [0:45 h]
"Impressions", 1995 [0:15 h]
"Radix", 1991 [1:30 h]
"Travelling à Saint Petersbourg", 1991 [2:15 h]
"Chinese Texture", 1989 [0:08 h]
"Clonage", 1987 [0:06 h]

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Recommended Links ::

-> Jean-Michel Bruyère: CV, Projects, Bibliography:
http://epidemic.cicv.fr/geo/art/jmb/index.html

-> Work description "La vie de la longues jambes":
http://www.mediaport.net/AeS/5/5_95_18.fr.html [franz.]
http://www.mediaport.net/AeS/5/5_95_18.en.html [engl.]

-> Work description "Si poteris narrare, licet":
http://www.hight-line.com/potere/special1.html
http://www.cicv.fr/creation_artistique/residences/ateliers/bruyere.htm
http://epidemic.cicv.fr/geo/art/jmb/prj/i_cinema/index.html

-> Work description "Enfants de nuit":
http://www.radiofrance.fr/chaines/france-culture2/multipistes/fiche.php?diffusion_id=7932

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