Aug 11, 2019
In this episode, you will hear rap artist Sarahmée talking about
her creative process.
Is it more challenging for a female rap artist to make a name?
Sarahmée’s answer is: maybe. But she adds: "There is no female rap, there is just rap”.
It’s time to listen to her.
Jul 4, 2019
J’ai rencontré Noémie de passage à New York. Dans ses spectacles, elle ne part pas en guerre contre les hommes, mais contre les préjugés. Ceux des hommes, (mais aussi parfois, ceux des femmes) qui reproduisent des comportements violents, blessants ou oppressants entre les deux sexes et au-delà, par rapport à...
Jun 16, 2019
I sat with him in his cutting room, full of screens in midtown Manhattan. Bob is a storyteller. He told me about his role in the making of a film. The film editing ultimately sets the atmosphere, rhythm and tone of the viewer's experience. "It is about manipulating the time and the space in order to show the...
Dec 21, 2018
When I sat with Eric at his gallery, not far from the Metropolitan museum, he told me his story. He comes from a great family of printers in Paris since 1852. They used to work with Picasso, Calder, Chagall, Miró and Dubuffet. To name just a few. He became a galerist to participate in his artists’creative process and...
Nov 23, 2018
When I sat with Ismail, he told me the story about his special relationship with his clarinet: “My contact with it changes my state of mind and my body feels happier." And then, he told me about his multiple inspirations.