artconnexion stimulates and supports artistic research with a particular focus on transdisciplinary approaches, especially between art and science.

In research projects, dialogue and exchange between artists and citizens guide the creative process. artconnexion allows everyone to provide perspective on artistic projects; the education programme is devised together with social, educational and institutional partners.

The desire to pass on our savoir-faire has enabled artconnexion to forge a close partnership with the University of Lille. The organisation frequently hosts projects by students of the Master of Arts - Exhibition-Production course as well as interns.

Since 2014, artconnexion has accompanied the artist Nicolas Floc'h in the production of his work on maritime spaces within the framework of research programmes of the Fondation de France and the Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation.

In addition, since January 2019, artconnexion has been implementing the University Diploma “Faire œuvre comme on fait société : médiation-production en arts contemporains”. This course invites professionals to rethink the relationship between civil society, artists and public and private players.

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Art and citizenships workshops



Since March 2021, artconnexion has been developing learning activities for secondary school pupils and students around the New Patrons citizen commissions programme.

Nicolas Floc'h

Initium Maris

2015 - 2018 - 2022

Research project

Solo show, Invisible, Galerie Maubert, 29 October - 24 December 2021

Initium Maris is an artistic expedition led by Nicolas Floc'h in dialogue with scientific teams and citizens and aims to represent underwater space at a time when climate change is generating major upheavals in the ecosystems.

Nicolas Floc'h

The Colour of Water

2014 - ongoing

Research project

Solo show, Invisible, Galerie Maubert, 29 October - 24 December 2021

Hubert Loisel (researcher) and Nicolas Floc'h work together on the subject of the colour of water, which enables them to understand and characterise, on a large scale, the biological variations of the environment.