TOC

Troubles Obsessionnels Contemporains 
is a non-profit curatorial platform promoting exhibitions, artistic residencies, screenings, workshops and educational projects.
Based in Paris, France, its mission is to combine artists’ work with a school of critical thinkers, producers, curators and creatives around the world.


ABOUT


︎ facebook
︎ instagram
︎ vimeo







Print


    - TOC Zine Issue #1
    - Brutism.e.s.* #1
    - History of a Tree    
    - TOC Closed for Opening
    - Mapped: the (UN)Seen

Exhibit


    - Shipwreck Without Spectator soon
    - Damaged Goods
    - Closed for Opening  
    - Toc&Diarc Shuffling Parasites
    - Toc Prélude

Moving Images


    - Hopefully This Is Just the Beginning
    - Crossed Timelines
    - Inside//Outside
    - Flatform - History of a Tree
    - Endemico
    - Entrustments
    - Lightcone(s)

TOC Centre for Curatorial Practices


    - Mapping the Unseen 
    - Expanding Cinema
    - TOC OHM  
    - EURAU 2018
    - TOC Summer School 17
      Focus on Abilities
       
    - TOC Winter School 17
      Shuffling Parasites

    - A.A.A.  
    - Conversations on Parasitisms
    - Architectures Without Architects
    - Entrustments
    - Spotting Beauties
Mark

A. A. A.

ethnographic empathic database

https://anchor.fm/toc-centre

*This workshop is already concluded. If you are interested in working with our artists to host another workshop with you, please contact us via email*

Curating is to generate empathy and meaningful relations between people.




Re-elaborating the famous questionnaire “Experimental Generation Of Interpersonal Closeness” by Arthur Aron, the artist and filmmaker Rossella Piccinno creates an instrument able to generate relations between the artists,  the curators in residence and the local community.

The database can regenerate itself and stimulate the co-creation of artistic projects, in a potentially infinite loop where interview and ethnography become a powerful curatorial tool.



TOC A.A.A by Rossella Piccinno
production: Toc Centre for Curatorial Practices
interviews by Rossella Piccinno and Gianluca Rollo









more on https://anchor.fm/toc-centre

full database available on demand
hello@toc-centre.org
Mark