Look Who's Talking: Antoinette Jattiot on Lucy Raven (FR)
Antoinette Jattiot is a Brussels-based writer and curator with a background in art history. Her projects revolve around moving and still images, conceptual methodologies, language, memory and ecology. She is particularly interested in the porosity of forms and practices at the crossroads of art and research. She is currently working at La Loge art center as a curator of public programmes. In the past she has worked as a curator assistant, editor and researcher across the field of visual and contemporary arts and alongside international institutions (Belgian Pavilion of the Venice Biennale, M Leuven, WIELS), art galeries (Almine Rech Gallery), artists and collaborators. Recent independent curatorial projects include Though, All the room be motionless by Anaïs Chabeur (V2Vingt, 2021). She is a regular contributor for several art magazines such as revue 02, l’art même, Espace Art Actuel, and also teaches at the art school ESA Le 75.