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Scenos Urbaines : Corps Urbains - a Dakar

13 décembre 2012- 17 Janvier 2013

Scénos Urbaines // Urban Scénos - Dakar <+> Paris
Après Douala, Alexandrie, Kinshasa, Johannesburg...

une résidence et des événements publics dans le quartier de Ouakam à Dakar présentés

dans l'espace urbain et diffusés on-line sur X-Réseau, du 17 décembre 2012 au 13 janvier 2013 // A residency and public events in the area of Ouakam - Dakar, exhibited in urban space and broadcasted on line via X-Réseau, between the 17th of december 2012 and the 13th of january 2013.

Une publication conçue et réalisée en temps réel, parution en septembre 2013 // A catalog, designed and fulfilled in real time during the creation process, publication in sept 2013

un événement << RR = FF> (Rewind = Forward) au Théâtre Paris Villette, pendant OPEN, festival des scènes virtuelles en septembre 2013 // An event " RR = FF" at the Théâtre Paris Villette during OPEN, festival of virtual stages in september 2013.

  • The nearly finished monument to the African Renaissance rises above the Dakar skyline in Senegal's capital -

    The nearly finished monument to the African Renaissance rises above the Dakar skyline in Senegal's capital August 19, 2009. The North Korean built monument is billed as a symbol of Africa's rise from "centuries of ignorance, intolerance and racism". But critics of the bronze family of man, woman and infant -- at 50 metres tall just higher than New York's Statue of Liberty -- say it only goes to show that even one of the continent's strongest democracies must put up with the whims of its rulers. President Abdoulaye Wade, who has long styled himself a champion of the poor on the world stage, sparked the furore by declaring himself the "intellectual owner" of the monument and so entitled to a 35 percent cut from future tourist revenues. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SENEGAL POLITICS)

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