Natacha
Lesueur

Enseignements

Création photographique

PHOTOGRAPHY

Création photographique

Other with 3CVPH, Natacha Lesueur

The students develop a project over the whole semester, on a freely chosen subject, by submitting it regularly to the critical eye and advice of the professor. Argumentation and analysis are stimulated. The aim is to examine the issues involved in photography as an author and to develop a personal expression, which could potentially lead to the students' diploma work. Particular attention is paid to the argumentation of the work, at the different stages of its development.

Photographie et Art plastiques

PHOTOGRAPHY

Photographie et Art plastiques

Other with 1CVPH, Natacha Lesueur

Based on projects around a common theme, the students develop a personal and in-depth work over the entire semester. The project must be developed, clarified, modified if necessary, and enriched throughout the semester, as the students conduct research, reflections, and experiments, and as they consult with the professor. During these regular consultations, the students address the various aspects related to the conception, production and realization of a photographic work...

Photographie et arts plastiques

PHOTOGRAPHY

Photographie et arts plastiques

Studio project with Natacha Lesueur

Photographie et arts plastiques

PHOTOGRAPHY

Photographie et arts plastiques

Pratique photographique

PHOTOGRAPHY

Pratique photographique

Studio project with Natacha Lesueur

Pratique photographique

PHOTOGRAPHY

Pratique photographique

Studio project with Natacha Lesueur

Photographic creation

PHOTOGRAPHY

Photographic creation

Other with Natacha Lesueur

"Corps-concept" Exhibition

PHOTOGRAPHY

"Corps-concept" Exhibition

Studio project with Natacha Lesueur

“Corps-concept” is an exhibition that reflects on contemporary conceptions of the body that underpin numerous ideological movements, including transhumanism. Issues regarding the body-object, the body-draft, body-commodity and the anthropological consequences of these different “conceptional reductions” will be examined. The aim of the exhibition is to offer an unprecedented insight into our current utopias and on the technoscientific driving force that irrigates these. From 21 My to 19 November at the Maison d'Ailleurs in Yverdon-les-Bains. Opening reception 21 May from 5pm. At the invitation of Marc Atallah, director and curator of the Maison d’Ailleurs, first-year Bachelor degree Photography students at the ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne tackled the very contemporary issue of transhumanism. For two semesters, they confronted this school of thought which advocates the advent of a new human being and contends that the progress of science and technology makes it possible to transcend human nature. The project was led by Natacha Lesueur, a French artist-photographer and teacher at the ECAL. This exhibition presents a selection of photographic and filmic works, reflecting the transdisciplinary training programme offered by the ECAL. By contrasting different visions on ways of shaping the humanity of tomorrow, these projects express the numerous controversies and debates regarding transhumanism, as well as its accompanying ideologies. Exhibition opens from 21 May to 19 November 2017 Tu-Sun 11am-6pm 50% discount for ECAL students upon presentation of their legitimation card. Maison d’Ailleurs Place Pestalozzi 14 Case postale 945 1400 Yverdon-les-Bains T. : + 41 24 425 64 38 www.ailleurs.ch