Multiple Art Days 5

An important art fair devoted to a wide range of contemporary art editions
MAD (Multiple Art Days) will present, over a 3-day period, a wide spectrum of contemporary styles, from zines to rare objects: prints, multiples, artists’ books, videos, audio CDs, vinyls…

For its fifth edition, held from Friday, September 6 to Sunday, September 8, 2019, MAD will move to an industrial building at Cité Griset – Oberkampf in the center of Paris in partnership with the International Studies in History and Business of Art & Culture IESA. Co-curated by Sylvie Boulanger, director of the cneai =, and printer-publisher Michael Woolworth, MAD will invite visitors to discover one hundred international art publishers and thousands of artworks and publications, as well as the fourth edition of ADAGP’s Revelation Artist’s Book Award.

Find Cocoon’s records on the stands of Art Book Magazine, mfc-michèle didier and Optical Sound.

Multiple Art Days – 6, 7, 8 September 2019 – 1 Cité Griset 75011 Paris

OpticalSound #6 

Revue indépendante, hybride et atypique, dédiée à l’art contemporain et aux musiques expérimentales issue du label du même nom, OpticalSound privilégie les pratiques artistiques décalées, frontières et subversives, lutte à sa manière contre la standardisation des objets du monde. Avec Présence Panchounette, François Coadou, Cocoon, Nicolas Vauquier, Yann Farcy, Pierre-Yves Cachard, Émeline Jaret, Information Fiction Publicité, Wilfrid Almendra, Guillaume Mansart, Olivier Quintyn, Alain Farfall, Nathalie Leleu, Hubert Renard, Thierry Weyd, Jean-Pierre Turmel, Pierre Beloüin, Alexandre Bianchini, P. Nicolas Ledoux, Jill Gasparina, Ludovic Chemarin©, Élodie Lesourd, Gianni Motti, Cosey Fan Tutti, Julien Bécourt, Nicolas Ballet, Nicolas Boulard, Jérôme Lefèvre, Simon Fisher Turner, Caroline Delieutraz, Maxence Alcade, Sasha Pevak.

You’ve Arrived

Cocoon starts the year 2019 by publishing You’ve Arrived, his fourth album on Optical Sound. It follows the co-creation of the Acoustic Cameras project in 2016, the co-writing of the score of Dreyer’s The Passion of Joan of Arc (silent movie with music) with the vocal ensemble Les Voix Animées at Fimé festival in 2017, as well as the composition of the music of the exhibition Moments by Ludovic Chemarin© and its eponymous box set at mfc-michèle didier in 2018.

Ludovic Chemarin©

Moments, a limited edition box comprising three vinyl records accompanied by a booklet. Booklet 40 pages 31 x 31 cm. Slipcase 31,5 x 31,5 x 2,5 cm. Text by Olivier Combault. Translation by Kate Combault. Music by Christophe Demarthe aka Cocoon. Mastering by dK Mastering. Photographs by Gilbert Brun

Limited edition of 250 copies produced and published in 2018 by mfc-michèle didier / ©2018 Ludovic Chemarin© and mfc-michèle didier