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  • ESP (Extra Sensorial Perception)

    Le Printemps des Laboratoires #5

    Le Printemps des Laboratoires is a collaborative research project which  unfolds all year long, through public workshops and events (film screenings, round-table discussions, performances, etc.) tied to particular problematic, relating to art yet exceeding it. For this new edition, we will pursuie the exploration of reflections open by the Psychotropification of Society, via a Printemps des Laboratoies #5 entitled ESP (Extra Sensorial Perception). We will investigate how to accommodate multiple and contradictory voices in our lives, how to make a space for a non-singular “I”, the narrative centre of gravity, to non-human entities and other invisible worlds, and how to fill oneself with these voices without being assailed by them. We will be investigating what contemporary mysticism might look like and in what kind of hallucinated, illuminated, visionary history we wish to locate ourselves today. The reading worshops of this new season will begin on Thursday 6 October 2016 and the first rendez-vous of the “Care practices and collectives” seminar #2 will be on Thursday 27 October 2016.

  • « Today, the living organism is capital’s new arena of conquest. The stakes are high for every aspect of human life is involved: health, nutrition, education and reproduction ». Ariane Leblanc, new coordinator of La Semeuse since April 2016, publish a Manifesto for another perspective on the present as statement of intent and lead road of her forthcoming actions for the Platform of research for an urban biodiversity as La Semeuse is.

  • PRINTEMPS DES LABORATOIRES #4 EN LIGNE / ONLINE

    Le Printemps des Laboratoires #4

    La 4e édition du Printemps des Laboratoires a rassemblé psychologues, psychanalystes, historiens, chercheurs, artistes ainsi qu'un large public autour de la thématique de La Psychotropification de la Société afin d'interroger ensemble le phénomène d'accroissement exponentiel de la médicamentation dans le cadre du traitement des troubles mentaux. Une grande partie des rencontres de ce week-end riche et dense ont été enregistrées, consultables sur cette page.

    The 4th edition of Le Printemps des Laboratoires brought together psychologists, psychoanalysts, researchers, historians, artists, as well as a wider audience around the theme Psychotropification of society to question the phenomenon of the exponential rise in the prescription and use of medication in the treatment of mental health disorders. A large part of talks of this rich and dense weekend were recorded, possible to listen here.


  • Presentation

    Bibliothèque des Laboratoires

    Since opening in 2001, Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers have gradually built up a specialised, singular collection of contemporary art books. Les Laboratoires pay special attention to documenting and archiving the projects carried out at the centre, and over the years they have put together an invaluable resource which serves as a testament to artistic creation in today’s international context. The Bibliothèque des Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers is open for public from monday to friday from 11 am to 5:30 pm or by appointment and the library catalogue can be accessed on the website.



  • « Un jardin n’est pas la nature. Il s’y joue des dynamiques similaires à celles en marche dans notre société. On considère certaines plantes néfastes, invasives, on en aime d’autres parce qu’on les trouve esthétiques, rentables, rares. Le jardin est une plateforme migratoire, une gare, un aéroport, une douane ».
    Les rencontres de l'atelier de Réflexions Militantes mis en place par Ingrid Amaro au cours de l'année 2015/2016 ont permis la réalisation du MANIFESTE / La Folie des Plantes, soulignant l'importance de laisser la nature se déployer selon ses propres règles, loin des impératifs de rentabilité et de rationalité du capitalisme.