In a space remodelled for each occasion, the Institute schedules four exhibition periods per year. These consist of several novel projects.
The solo exhibition is the closest to the artist and his work and is a basic principle of events at the Institute (2006: Anthony McCall, Allen Ruppersberg; 2007: Frangois CurIet, Jef Geys; 2009: Laurent Montaron; 2010 : Michel François, Matt Mullican; 2011: Hans Schabus, Joachim Koester 2009 : Laurent Montaron ; 2010 : Michel François, Matt Mullican ; 2011 : Hans Schabus, Joachim Koester). 2009 : Laurent Montaron ; 2010 : Michel François, Matt Mullican ; 2011 : Hans Schabus, Joachim Koester; 2012: Berdaguer & Péjus, Bojan Šarčević; 2013: Saâdane Afif, Manfred Pernice; 2014: Thomas Bayrle, Guillaume Leblon; 2016: Jason Dodge; 2017: Ann Veronica Janssens).
Group and theme exhibitions focus on the issues of creative art today; these are more experimental and occasional (2008: Fabricateurs d’espaces; 2011: Yes, We Don't, 2013: 1966-79; 2015: RIDEAUX / blinds;  Otium #1 - De Mineralis, Pierres de vision & Kata Tjuta; Otium #2 - Tomorrow in the Battle Think on Me & Collection 15; 2016: Le Temps de l'audace et de l'engagement).



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IAC Villeurbanne

Co-founded in 2009 by artist Ann Veronica Janssens and Nathalie Ergino, director of the Institute for Contemporary Art (IAC), the space brain Laboratory investigates theoretical and practical research that allow for the interconnection of space, time, body and brain. In the light of both recent-day scientific achievements −in neurosciences, astrophysics, anthropology, biology, geology, etc)− and the reassessment of practices such as hypnosis, shamanism and animism, the space brain Laboratory offers itself, from the perspective of artistic experimenting, as a gathering point for researchers and artists willing to share intuition as their driving force, collective vision as their common ground, and exchange as their working method. Transdisciplinary by nature, the Lab evolves on a gradual scale, in various stages. These stages make up so many investigative units, and may assume various forms, such as workshops, lectures, or a particular focus on a body of works, whether in-site (in situ) or off-site (ex situ).

Jeune création internationale

2019 Lyon Biennal

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Giulia Cenci, Charlotte Denamur, Cédric Esturillo, Sebastian Jefford, Zsófia Keresztes, Randolpho Lamonier, Théo Massoulier, Naomi Maury, Jean-Baptiste Perret, Zhan Zhang Xu
This first edition of Young International Creation ensures both the continuation and renewal of the “Rendez-vous” event which was established in 2002, coming before this new event and being replaced by it.
This new set up continues to embody the aspect of young creation of the Lyon Biennial allowing visitors to discover a range of artistic propositions coming from an emerging local and international scene. It is anchored even more radically in the dynamics of the Biennale by inviting the curators of the Palais de Tokyo to participate to the artistic selection.
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