As part of the publishing course taught by Gilles Gavillet and Jonathan Hares, the 3rd year students worked on the layout of dialogue. They began by selecting a dialogue that had potential for visual creation. After identifying the graphic challenges of their subject, they defined an editorial solution.

Studio project (2023) by Ekaterina Bliznyuk, Agathe Bourrée, Ruben Campoy Bähler, Ilaria Citti, Pablo Felley, Juliana Ferreira, Alexis Gargaloni, Vera Gonzalez Ponce, Aude Gunzinger, Laeticia Jakob, Hugo Jauffret, Ianka Jean-Marie

Emma Chapuis
Department Visual Communication
Graphic Design


Soup and Sun flowers: the urgent but delicate art of awakening consciences



Soup and Sunflowers emerges from the recent actions of climate activists Just stop Oil within museum institutions. It takes the form of a hybrid catalogue, which presents these different actions of civil disobedience, such as happenings, performances, or other pictorial acts of canvas destruction, already curated and presented in the museum. What is art? How can the museum elevate the debate around the climate emergency?

By Agathe Bourrée


1968 Now Live, When Politic Became TV Show


In the summer of 1968, the American network ABC invited two great intellectual and political figures, William Buckley and Gore Vidal, to debate the presidential election of that year. Without knowing it, it would become the channel with the lowest ratings, the one that changed the future of television debates.

1968 Now Live transcribes the 11 episodes that made up this virulent debate in the manner of a play script. Punctuated by notebooks in which the flow of images from popular culture mingles with political images, the object gives form to this moment when politics became a television show.


By Alexis Gargaloni






Prairie's Tale 



Navigating between different programmes, the digital painting illustrates the tale Prairie's Tale written by the artist Thilda Bourqui. In it we follow the adventure of the princess Prairie who, in disagreement with the patriarchal values of the castle, will find a new way of life in the forest and in the more-than-human world.

By Aude Gunzinger


The Chicago Boys


A newspaper about a group of Chilean economists trained at the University of Chicago in the 1950s and 1960s who were called the Chicago Boys. They applied Milton Friedman's free market theories to Chile after the military coup of 1973. Their neo-liberal economic policies had a significant impact on the Chilean economy and society, but have also been criticised for their social and economic consequences. Their legacy is controversial and continues to be studied today.


By Hugo Jauffret







Correspondence is a re-edition of part of the book Correspondence (1944-1959): Albert Camus / Maria Casarès. The edition gathers several letters that Albert Camus and Maria Casarès exchanged during the years 1944 to 1948. Behind each of the letters are parts of the diaries corresponding to the day they were written. The Japanese binding allows a double reading of these letters; that of the love of the two lovers and that of the historical context at that time.


By Ilaria Citti


A Conversation about glacial decoy



Through a conversation between Trisha Brown and Yvonne Rainer, this edition presents a visual interpretation of the dance piece Glacial Decoy, created in 1979 by choreographer Trisha Brown. The images are taken from the performance at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in May 2009 and the excerpt lasts 1 minute and 47 seconds.

In the background of the piece, large black and white images are projected, signed Rauschengerg. Four of them are always visible, moving every 30 seconds to the right. These images of heterogeneous objects and landscapes seem to belong to the same fading world.

By Ianka Jean-Marie