Designed by the artists themselves, the playgrounds offer original events to extend the visitor’s experience around their works, in the heart of the exhibitions.
On the occasion of her exhibition Never Again at the Palais de Tokyo, Aïda Bruyère proposes a workshop on the creation of fanzines. Invented in the 1930s by science fiction fans, fanzines are alternative publications self-published with the means at hand; a tool of expression and dissemination then taken up by the punk and feminist movements and the various alternative scenes.
Aïda Bruyère, a young French artist who grew up in Mali, bases her practice on images. Coming from different sources, transformed then multiplied and presented on the scale of a wall or a book, images are her favorite tool to address issues related to the body and its constructions in the social space.