Eva Barois De Caevel
Eva Barois De Caevel was born in France and graduated from University Paris-Sorbonne Paris IV in Contemporary Art History. Her research focuses primarily on moving images. Her main interests are the evolution of experimental cinema, the history of production structures and the artistic entities behind them, and the question of the porousness of borders between cinematographic genres. Most recently, she worked with photographer and videographer Mohamed Bourouissa. She is working currently on postcolonial questions and socially engaged practices in contemporary art. She is co-curator of Temps Etrangers (Mains d’uvres, Saint-Ouen, 2012) and The Floating Admiral (presented as part of the Nouvelles Vagues season at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2013), two exhibitions curated with her collective, the Cartel de Kunst. She has recently completed the exhibition, Libertés individuelles, featured in the exhibition series, DakArt 2014.
Interview with Eva Barois De Caevel
Eva Barois De Caevel, recipient of ICIs 2014 Independent Vision Curatorial Award, joins in conversation with ICI’s María del Carmen Carrión (November 2014).read more »