For this new edition of the summer’s lab, Le Cube – independent art room is pleased to invite the artist Imane Djamil for a one-month research and production residency.
Imane Djamil’s visual and literary work seeks the very fine line between reality and the sublime in what she calls Mental Geographies. Contingent and crosscultural worlds interprenetrate through narrative assemblage creating new topographics.
In her quest of documenting time and space through fiction and fantasy, Imane Djamil is currently interested in Lac Al Firdaous, formerly known as Carrière Schneider.
During this summer’s lab, which takes place at the same time as the Mouhcine Rahaoui’s residency, Imane Djamil will be provided with time and space to work and to develop new techniques or research.
Since the residency neither requires the production of artworks nor the organization of an exhibition, the artists are encouraged to engage in experimental work and to open new possibilities for their projects.