Talk program by The Cheapest University
On the occasion of Paris Internationale, The Cheapest University proposes a new curriculum titled, “What’s in my Bag…?”. Inspired by the eponymous Youtube channel, this program, which will focus on the problem of the narration of the self, was driven by the current security-driven political climate in which bags of citizens are systematically inspected. T.C.U. will invite artists and non-profit spaces to engage publicly within Paris Internationale for the duration of the fair.
Organized as an amalgamation of lectures, performances and public conferences, What’s in my Bag…? will take part over five days, from October 18th until October 22nd in an attempt to generate inquiry and ignite a collective reflection. With the participation of : Tina Braegger and John Beeson (in collaboration with Shanaynay), Heike-Karin Foell and Cathrin Mayer (in collaboration with Tonus), Mélanie Matranga and Zaltan (Antinote), David Noonan (in collaboration with Caro Sposo), Teddy Coste (in collaboration with Treize), Mai-Thu Perret and Sumesh Sharma, Dominique Hurth, Casey Jane Ellison, Clara Pacotte and Roxanne Maillet, Cally Spooner with Michelangelo Miccolis, Paul Bonnet and Nathan Roche, Eva Barto and François Lancien-Guilberteau, and Matthieu Brion.