Anne-Laure Franchette (Fr/Ch) - Teti Group
Anne-Laure Franchette is an artist with a background in Humanities. Guided by an interest in counter-narratives, hierarchies of dignity and categorisation, this double curriculum informs a transmedial practice materialised by field research, archival enquiries, creative writing and installations. Franchette co-founded and curates the organisation VOLUMES, which researches and mediates art forms related to editing and publishing. She is also an active member of the interdisciplinary research group TETI (Textures and Experiences of Trans-Industriality) which brings together artists, filmmakers, historians, art historians, architects and authors.
The interdisciplinary study group on textures and experiences of trans-industriality (TETI) explores the changing imaginaries of our global/glocal societies at the turn of the 20th-21st centuries. The group favours enquiries into trans-disciplinary commonalities, and investigates the potency of ideas as they migrate from one body of practice into another. Stemming from a series of workshops and conferences, TETI Press’s first publication « Mobile Soils » (2021) explores the transformation of our bounds to the ground in the early 21st century through a range of personal reflections, in which authors revisit their practice in the light of earthly attachments and ecological pressure.
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