Support for creation

Résidente Machine

2023 session


2023 Session

In a context of growing need for artists to access specific digital tools, Glassbox has acquired equipment dedicated to audiovisual production and post-production, and is setting up an “outside the walls” research and creation program. ". This computer device is primarily intended for digital artists' projects involving audiovisual recording, video editing, animation, modeling, post-production, sound, etc.

Stanislas Paruzel
Born in 1992 in Pau. Lives and works in Paris. After attending the Bayonne art school, he returned to Villa Arson in 2013 and obtained his DNSEP in 2017. In 2018, he joined the Artist run space workshop, Iveco Nu in Noisy-Le-Sec. He is a member of the Nuevos Boloss publishing collective.

Charles-Arthur Feuvrier
Born in 1997, Charles-Arthur Feuvrier is a graduate of ESA Réunion and ENSBA Lyon, winner of the Mécènes du Sud 2022 scholarship and co-founder of the artist-run -space lyonnais monopole. Charles-Arthur is interested in the forms and formats of online conspiracy stories where the truth is manipulated and modified at will. In a wide gap between creative leisure and digital imagery, his work is based on central figures, icons, characters or symbols around which the narrative unfolds. Most often taken from mainstream internet culture, these figures are manipulated to tell us about our relationship to reality. Mauritian and French, he also questions the nature of transnational cultures and the collective imaginations attached to them.

Lisa Di Giovanni
Lisa Di Giovanni is a visual artist, video maker and performer. She studied at the Angoulême animation film school and at the Beaux-Arts in Poitiers, from which she graduated in 2021. In 2022, she directed her first medium-length film combining fiction and documentary, in Poitiers. With video, sculpture, costumes and performance, Lisa produces stories that are inspired as much by surrealist cinema as by the human sciences, mixing fiction with an anthropological and sociological point of view. Working both alone and within plastic arts, scenography, live performance and geography collectives, her field of action extends to New Aquitaine and Paris.