Unexpected Items In The Bagging Area

Projects by Students from ENSAPC
Publish date
June 15, 2020

Unexpected Items In The Bagging Area is a project developed by the École nationale supérieure d’arts de Paris-Cergy (ENSAPC) and IRCAM through a research and creation workshop piloted by the artists and teachers Yann Beauvais and Jérôme Combier accompanied by Grégoire Lorieux and Sébastien Naves (IRCAM) on the theme of “images in motion and sonic experiences”.

Using the concepts of a projected image and experimental cinema as a starting point, the ENSAPC students developed their thoughts, research, physical and musical proposals, in connection with other mediums such as poetry, improvised music, computer music, or installations.

Originally intended to be exhibited at IRCAM and the Ygrec-ENSAPC art center these creations, due to the current health crisis, will be accessible on social networks (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) from June 15, 2020. Every day, extracts, adaptations, trailers, and complete works produced by seven ENSAPC students will be proposed: Dylan Altamiranda, Yannis Briki and Sarah-Anaïs Desbenoit, Lina Filipovich, Aurélie Massa, Loïck Mfoundou, Amosphère, in collaboration with IRCAM.

Faced with isolation, lack of access to certain physical and technological tools, and uncertainty, it seemed important to both teachers and students to show that beyond the constraints of the moment, creative and collective commitment are means by which living things assert themselves.

Discover the students’ works, published every other day on IRCAM and ENSAPC’s Instagram accounts!


An ENSAPC, IRCAM-Centre Pompidou coproduction, in collaboration with the Centre d’Art Ygrec-ENSAPC.