Nuit Blanche — 1 and 2 October 2016
A web radio station dedicated to poetry
designed by Anne-James Chaton
Fourth and final episode
For the "Nuit Blanche",
24 hours of contemporary poetic creation in all its forms,
in front of a live audience at the Fondation
RADIO 4 presents from the Fondation: from Saturday 1 October at 6pm to Sunday 2 October at 6pm (for the Nuit Blanche).
The RADIO studio presents a special session called "Big Live Nuit Blanche Special" during which the following poetic creations will be broadcast:
- Columns and Sections by Keston Sutherland, Méryll Ampe, Bastien Gallet, David Sanson and Rainier Lericolais, Claire-Mélanie Sinnhuber, Frédéric Danos, and Ghédalia Tazartès, as well as a Talk-Show with visual artist and performer Esther Ferrer.
- "Cabaret discrépant" by Olivia Grandville, a performance by Charles Pennequin, a creation by Jean-Michel Espitallier and Valeria Giuga, "La Voix de la Route" duo by Werner Hirsch and Fred Bigot. Andy Moor, guitarist from The Ex, will be returning to RADIO to accompany Anne-James Chaton in a unique quartet version of his "Transfer" project with Roy Paci and George Hadow.
- The night will be wrapped up with an exceptional set by Christophe preceded by an outstanding performance by the one-of-a-kind trio, Leslie Winer, Carl Michael von Haussewolff and Christophe Van Huffel.
- Following this memorable delve into the world of poetry linked with various performance types, RADIO picks up its audio programmes until the early hours of the morning and wanders the streets of Casablanca with the Moroccan poet Jalal El Hakmaoui, the Columns and Sections from the "Modern Poetry" magazine show and an audio description of a film for "Poetry on Screen".
- The composer Georges Aperghis, tireless creator of innovative performance types, who for over thirty years has been nurturing a radical and multi-faceted work, will be a guest on "The Big Interview" with Thomas Baumgartner and will wrap up this final edition of Radio with two hours of round table discussions about his work and with his guests.
Public access – Ticketing
Access to the Fondation is free during the Nuit Blanche, on Saturday 1 October from 6 pm to 2 am (last entry at 1 am). On the Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm, entry is free but places must be booked on the Fondation website (Access may be granted subject to seat availability to visitors holding a ticket to the Museum).
There is a free shuttle to and from the Palais de Tokyo from 8 pm to 2 am, every 15 minutes: last departure from the Palais de Tokyo leaves at 12.30 am and the last departure from the Fondation leaves at 2.15 am.
Closed to the public on Sunday 2 October between 2 am and 10 am.
6 pm – 2 pm
Big Live Nuit Blanche Special
Presented by Anne-James Chaton, Jean-Michel Espitallier and Thomas Corlin.
"Modern Poetry" Magazine and Live shows on all floors of the Fondation (Hall, terraces, auditorium) for the Nuit Blanche and the final edition of RADIO: Sections, Columns, Talk-Show and Live performances come back to back, and echo the themes of performance Poetry and Voice. On the airways, Sections and Columns on various themes (horoscopes, sport, gardening, cookery, games, television, etc.) commissioned from artists will punctuate this exceptional evening event.
Columns by Keston Sutherland (Gardening), Olivia Grandville (Sport), and Sections by Méryll Ampe (Leitmotiv), Bastien Gallet (Eldorado), Perrine Clément, Sandra Richard, Mathilde Faist (Stricto Sensu).
The Talk-Show with Esther Ferrer.
Performances from Olivia Granville, Charles Pennequin, Jean-Michel Espitallier and Valéria Giuga, "La Voix de la Route" by Werner Hirsch and Fred Bigot, the trio Leslie Winer, Carl Michael von Hausswolff and Christophe Van Huffel, Anne-James Chaton in a quartet with Andy Moor, Roy Paci and Georges Hadow.
From half past midnight: "Christophe Intime" concert
2 am – 3 am
Poetry in the City
An author is invited to present a report on a city and identify the places and people that bring that city's poetry to life.
Jala El Hakmaoui wanders the streets of Casablanca (Broadcast of a creation commissioned from the author).
3 am – 4 am
Presented by Henri Landré.
Henri Landré, from JET FM Nantes, has designed a show entirely based on the ties that bind poetry and comic strips.
4 am – 5 am
Which poets are you?
Guests of RADIO 3 answer questions from Radio On students (Broadcast).
5 am – 6.30 am
"Modern Poetry" Magazine show
Presented by Anne-James Chaton, Jean-Michel Espitallier and Thomas Corlin.
Broadcast of original themed Sections and Columns lasting 10 to 20 minutes, commissioned from artists. The Columns take another look at issues that can also be found in a report on exploring the foreign expressions that populate the French language.
With Sections by Frédéric Danos (Cookery), Carole Rieussec (Horoscope), Eli Commins (Games), Ghédalia Tazartès (Television) and Columns by David Sanson and Rainier Lericolais (Burn Out), Claire-Mélanie Sinnhuber (Tutti Quanti) and Bastien Gallet (Eldorado).
6.30 am – 7.30 am
The artist ORLAN, who will be in the RADIO 3 studio, presents a selection of audio pieces with commentaries.
7.30 am – 8 am
On the Tip of the Tongue
Charles Znaty, the hidden face of Pierre Hermé and master of the macaron, tells us about the history of the Pastry Chef. (Broadcast)
8 am – 9 am
Presented by Jean-Michel Espitallier and Emmanuel Rabu.
This show brings together in the studio key players in the poetry "book chain": publishers, distributors, bookshops, institutions, and festivals.
With André Chabin (Director of the Ent’revues association) and Magali Brazil (Director of the Maison de la Poésie in Nantes) and Benoit Peeters (Writer, theorist and filmmaker).
9 am – 10 am
Words & Music
Presented by David Sanson.
What is the relationship between poetry and "modern" music? What is poetry's place in these sound constructions? Where do rhythm and verse, and lyrics and lyricism meet?
Interview with Agnès Gayraud (La Féline) (Broadcast).
10 am – 12 pm
Poetry on Screen
Screenings of films and documentaries linked to poetry. The soundtrack is broadcast on the radio station. An artist chooses a work of fiction, and composes an audio description of it for the show.
Screening: "Comment s'en sortir sans sortir" by Gherasim Luca.
Marcelline Delbecq describes "Hotel Monterey" by Chantal Akerman.
The audience for "Poetry on Screen" will be welcomed from 9.30 am at the Fondation with coffee and petit fours provided by Pierre Hermé Paris.
12 pm – 1 pm
School on the Air
Presented by Philippe Langlois.
On the subject of poetry in art schools, teachers and students present major themes for writing, readings and performances.
The École des Beaux-Arts de Toulouse with Yves Caro and Serge Provost, and students Yannick Méric, Claire Saucet and Juliette Voute present live extracts of their current research.
1 pm – 2 pm
Presented by Nathalie Viot.
Poetry and Visual Art: artists, gallery owners, collectors and directors of institutions are invited to discuss the Fondation's latest exhibitions and contemporary art shows.
With Rachel Labastie (artist), Claire Moulène (Curator at the Palais de Tokyo) and Mélanie Meffrer Rondeau (Co-Director of the Untilthen gallery).
2 pm – 3 pm
Written Music Still Speaks
Presented by Bastien Gallet.
This show asks whether contemporary written music still speaks, in other words whether living or dead poets, movements, texts, bodies and voices have their place in it and, if so, how and in what form.
With Patricia Alessandrini and Ramon Lazkano, composers.
3 pm – 4 pm
Poetry in the Studio
Presented by Hubert Colas.
Poetry has a presence on set, whether it's the director's or the choreographer's. The show asks an artist about his or her relationship with poetic writing.
A live link-up from the ActOral Festival, Marseille with Théo Mercier, Antonio Moresco, Myriam Van Imshoot.
4 pm – 6 pm
The Big Interview
Presented by Thomas Baumgartner.
Two-hour round table with guests focusing on the work of a great artist with links to poetry.
The Big Guest: George Aperghis. With Donatienne Michel-Dansac (singer), François Regnault (philosopher) and Françoise Rivalland (percussionist).
LIVE RADIO AND BROADCASTS
Radio broadcasts live from the Fondation Louis Vuitton auditorium and can be accessed online (www.fondationlouivuitton.fr) and on the radio channels of our partner stations. The public can attend recordings and presentations given by its guests from 6 pm to 2 am on Saturday 1 October and from 10 am to 6 pm on Sunday 2 October.
On the Saturday from 6 pm, a light refreshments area will be available.
"Nuit Blanche" Big Live
The "Big Live" is one of the highlights, including a series of performances and concerts which, during the "Nuit Blanche", will take place one after the other in the various open spaces within the Fondation. Access is free to the public (www.fondationlouivuitton.fr), but is subject to availability.
RADIO IS ARRIVING ON THE AIRWAVES WITH THE MUCH-APPRECIATED PARTNERSHIP OF :
Radio Grenouille in Marseille : 88.8 FM
Dedicates a weekly show to RADIO programmes.
JET Fm Nantes : 91.2 FM
Broadcasts all the RADIO shows live.
Radio Papesse in Florence : radiopapesse.org
Web Radio, a member of the RADIA European network, hosts a 28-minute selection of Radio at the end of each edition.
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