Léandre Bernard Brunel, SACRe doctoral student
at the 76th Festival d'Avignon from 18 to 21 July 2022
The SACRe doctoral programme, within the PSL University Arts Graduate Programme, supports research-creation thesis projects in 6 artistic disciplines. This pioneering programme brings together six schools (Beaux-Arts de Paris, ENS-PSL, CNSAD-PSL, la Fémis, ENSAD and CNSMDP), already has more than 50 PhDs, and engages some fifty PhD students in the course of their thesis.
For its 10th anniversary, the programme has joined forces with the Ecole d'art d'Avignon (ESAA) to develop a programme that focuses on live performance, at the heart of the Avignon Festival.
The theme of "reenactment" in artistic practices, which has been very present since the beginning of the 2000s, provides the main thread of this programme.
In four days and two evenings, it will invite artists, researchers, performers and specialists to discuss the modalities of reuse, replay and remake, and their contemporary echoes.
The programme "Re-presenting. Contemporary forms of reenactment" takes place from 18 to 21 July at the Eglise des Célestins, as part of the 76th Avignon Festival.
Among the SACRe doctoral students present, Léandre Bernard-Brunel, doctoral student at the Beaux-Arts de Paris: festival-avignon.com