PiNG had already begun its exploration of the issues raised by the “anthropocene” during action -r esearch residencies organised from January to June 2015 at Nantes venue Le Lieu Unique under the “0.CAMP” banner.

From this context, It has become evident to us that if we want to live resiliently in the era of the anthropocene, it is more imperative than ever to understand the symbiotic relationships that exist between humans, plants, and animals, not only in the thin atmospheric layer that surrounds our planet, but also in the oceans. Our interest in the topic continues: the 0.CAMP project is reborn in 2016 as 1.CAMP.

This wiki website 'resources' invites you to discover the different steps of this collective exploration. The approach to this project was to mix stories, scientific stories, political stories, history of art, stories of social struggles and ecologies, science fiction … different ways to compose knowledge, spread of reflexions and share experimentations.

You can discover 1CAMP in several bricks of activities.

RESIDENCIES

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Ocean ecosystems are threatened by global warming and acidification. The first victims are the cnidaria, such as corals and sea anemones, which subsist on photosynthesizing micro-algae within their tissues. Endosymbiosis—mutual and beneficial cooperation between fauna and flor a is an important inspiration for artists, anthropologists and philosophers.

Thus we have decided to organize a large residency at Roscoff marine station , an historial lab for research and training on marine biology. This creative residency was led byXavier Bailly, researcher in marine symbiosis and coordinator of the ressource center of the station. This season’s selected artists work in the broad field of “BioArt” or “EcoArt”, and have already participated in the 2015 research program. Their selection offers them the opportunity to broaden their research and participate in public activities organised by PiNG. 1.CAMP’s invited artists are Carole Thibaud, Spela Petric, Robertina Sebjanic and Ewen Chardronnet .

CITIZEN CAFE

ASCII���  HDR Bracket = 0,12,-10 FaceNum=0    FocusArea=000001001The aim of these meetings is to collectively address the era of climate change through artistic media. Each meeting will provide an opportunity to exchange views following the presentation of a documentary, text, or podcast, with the aim of opening up new paths leading to the understanding of our relationship with nature and our transitional society, then document the activity through the production of fanzines, murals, and other works. This session was a good theorical practice preparing the Grand T' s event. Indeed , they invite the public to a three-day family-oriented experience which will consider the future of planet earth—and its earthlings. “ Tous terriens : change era in three days” is a new event in the Attractions du Grand T 's program. PiNG is supporting the event with workshops and resources.

Find the themes covered and the workshop Fanzine here : This led us to produce some reading sheets here .

STUDENTS WORKSHOPS

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April 2016 : This student workshop aims to imagine short fictions on the issues of appropriation and understanding by citizens of the subjects tackled by the residence in Roscoff and involve

these students from Labo Readi design School Nantes to think about a cross topics gymnastic :

A cross between awareness of climate change, prospective and critical view on biotechs, approach Art / Science / Fiction / Citizen. This critical design week was moderated by Ewen Chardronnet et and Julien Bellanger. Here you can find productions and research result s here.

September 2016 : During a fablab session, those students made a proposition of Scenography preparing ForumCamp event : mapping, installation and design graphic

MEDIAS & RESSOURCES

During this year 2016, some of our spaces were dedicated to publish information , resources, share knowledge by different groups and community at local or international levels : a facebook group ( http://www.facebook.com/groups/1570435349840316/ ) gathering 300 people allow ed to publish and relay information, articles, events at the end of the 1CAMP project. These references were then archived, annotated and tagged in a working group / library ( to cross with the activities ) using Zotero plateform https://www.zotero.org/groups/1.camp . A lexicon and a directory have been produced and indexed on this wiki.

In fact, a workshop to create a graphical and dynamic search interface was organized from the work of Laurent Malys, realized by Julien Paris, member of PiNG. The objective is to imagine a replicable version of this collaborative library system: research workshop here and LIBVIZ prototype here.

A documentary video directed by Vincent Pouplard came to relate this year of exploration: Part 1 Residence-s in Roscoff. Ewen Chardronnet has written reports on the activities on Makery online magazine , find the articles of this year with 1CAMP here. A tabloid-format journal was published, The Laboratory Planet , via a crowdfunding using Goteo platform and an additionnal support of the Musée du Jeu de Paume in Paris. The Laboratory Planet is an irregular artist-led journal on philosophy & sociology of science. This issue was published in three languages (english, french and spanish) and printed at 1500 copies for each language. You can also export this wiki in pdf format, in its entirety or page by page: notice to consult here

FORUMCAMP

Nine days of workshops, meetings, demos and exchanges between specialists and the general public during national Science Festival 2016.
This event was thought to be a journey between the fablab Plateforme C, 'Cristaux Liquides' by Carole Thibaud at MilleFeuilles and an exhibition 'Artlabo : 1.Camp' at Hangar32 imagined as an immersion or a formatting and in space of the researches : all informations about this event.

the writing and science workshop moderated by Michka Melo et Amélie Charcosset is commented on his blog http://www.ameliecharcosset.com/reconciliation-avec-la-science/

RESEAU-X


Labomedia (Orleans), BanditsMages (Bourges) and Lieu Multiple (Poitiers) are organizing parallel workshops, meetings, and residencies on the same topics. Details will be shared on the ArtLabo platform.

PLANNING