Gabrielle Camuset is a researcher and independent curator.
Her research focuses on the challenges of postcolonial theories in our contemporary contexts, particularly in Western Europe and North Africa, as well as on gender issues.
She approaches these issues in an intersectional way, being careful to connect the specificities of each practice and context.
From 2015 to 2020, she has been in charge of exhibitions and research programs at Le Cube – independent art room. In this context, she conceived the programming of the space (exhibitions, residencies and events), was in charge of the follow-up of the artists in the conception of their projects and their productions and represented Le Cube in international events.
Today she is a affiliated curator at Le Cube, with whom she conceives exhibition projects (Quand je n’aurai plus de feuille, j’écrirai sur le blanc de l’œil).
In 2021, she has been coordinating the mentoring project for the Africa2020 Season, piloted by the French Institute and France Volontaires; a project for which a dozen young artists and cultural operators from different African countries have come to collaborate with cultural structures in France (Frac, national theatres, CNDC, festivals, etc.) in order to share knowledge and methodologies.
Since 2015, she has been leading numerous projects in Morocco, in the MENA region (travelling narratives program) and on the African continent (Rencontres de Bamako, Biennale de Dakar)
Gabrielle Camuset is a graduate of the Master’s degree “Métiers et Arts de l’Exposition” of the European University of Brittany, as well as of La Cambre in Brussels.