Service Trois Pièces

Service Trois Pièces
21 x 13 cm (each)
180 pages, 100 copies
ISBN 978-2-940510-57-3
Laser print on 90g and 100g recycled paper, cardboard cover on 250g recycled paper
Self-publication, Geneva, CH
©Zoé Aubry

Book in three parts with three chapters each, interspersed with snippets of an instant messaging conversation between two anonymous people. It opens with a handmade index, then the book itself, and a fold-out map in A3 format.

Service Une Pièce

Tentative de formulation (Attempt to formulate) or “how to reveal the invisible part of the artist’s work?“ is a prologue.
Label Night is a two-voice story of the creation of an independent music label. It’s told on the one hand through the perspective of its founder, Fabio Gelewski and on the other through the perspective of a narrator.
A.T. explores the complete discography of Aphex Twin, chronologically and factually.

Service Deux Pièces

Le Complot (The Conspiracy) is a tirade exposing the problem of a smartphone and its user.
Microcosme (Microcosm) is a complete guide to a multitude of entities in Geneva and of some surrounding cities, a kind of cultural mapping. A sociological essay by Tschani Boulens ends the chapter.
Note sur les objets présents dans 17m2 (Notes on the objects found in 17m2) is a complete inventory of an apartment.

Service Trois Pièces

3 en 1 (3 in 1) or “fictitious interview compiled from three real interviews.“ With:
- Sabrina Fernández Casas, artist and co-founder of MACACO Press, an independent and itinerant publishing house.
- Aurélien Martin, artist and founder of the creative space La Vraie Vie, on his book Quelques artist-run spaces en Suisse.
- Sayaka Mizuno, filmmaker, on her film Kawasaki Keirin.
Capital is an artist’s monologue assessing his financial situation and his working hours, intersected by a quote by Jean Ziegler.
Geneva’s Got Talent II replicates the style of the guide, subjective, including experiences and testimonials. Often with quotes from the structures themselves or from articles presenting their work. The chapter ends with a short quote by Jonas Hermenjat, an epilogue.

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Vox Usini

Sans titre (des mesures)
29.7 x 21 cm
Ink on paper
Cover of Vox Usini
December 2020

+ Peindre sous des arches II text

Graphic Design by Félicité Landrivon

0o00Oo0o0 (Wie zu Hause, wo ich nicht bin)

oOoo0Oo0o (Wie zu Hause, wo ich nicht bin)
42 x 30 cm (each)
20 copies
Silkscreen print on aluminium box, mixed media, catalogue and leaflet
Wie zu Hause, wo ich nicht bin group show (cur. Niels Trannois), Centre d'Art Contemporain, Geneva, CH
Micro-publishing workshop, HEAD–Genève, CH
©Baptiste Coulon


15 x 12 cm (each)
36 pages, 30 copies
Laser print on 140g recycled paper, leather on cardboard cover
Bookbinding by Charles Duch, Au Bon Relieur, Vernier, CH
Micro-publishing workshop, HEAD–Genève, CH

A series of sixteen grey photographs, taken with a digital camera over the course of one afternoon, in places generally exempt of human presence, verging on the illegal, near a small village called Klingnau, in Aargau (Switzerland).
There are many fields, a few motorways and national highways running through the canton, small towns or hamlets spread out not far from the river Aare, and the industries that have cropped up all along it.
These photographs have never been exhibited, only published in a small thirty page book with the same name as the village in which they were taken.
The beginning of the story (translated from German) reads:
“Aargau is grey. Aargau is almost always grey.“

Presented at:

P.A.G.E.S., Geneva Print & Art Book Fair, Le Cube, Geneva
Volumes, Kunsthalle, Zurich
Offprint, École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris FR
All-in MFA installation, HEAD–Genève, CH
On Print, Nuit des Images, Musée de L’Elysée, Lausanne
Photobooks Switzerland, Photoforum Pasquart, Biel/Bienne


Variable sizes
Journal, silkscreen print on cardboard cover, digital print on newspaper
6 issues, 16 pages, 300 copies (each)
École Nationale Supérieure de Photographie–Arles, FR & HEAD–Genève, CH
Wood box design by Dieudonné Cartier
©Baptiste Coulon

A triple collaboration between Arles, Geneva and Paris, KILOMETRES is a journal, a sort of research space linking three approaches: the curatorial, the theoretical and the visual. Proceeding by surveys, investigations, deconstructions, and appropriations, its authors and artists capture the uses, provisions and economy of collections. The physical and conceptual displacement of these archives gives rise to an experimental confrontation offering a new point of view on plural works, investigating the issues of exchange and address.

Librairie du Centre Culturel Suisse, Paris FR
On Print, Nuit des Images, Musée de L’Elysée, Lausanne, CH
Centre de la Photographie, Geneva, CH
Photobooks Switzerland, Photoforum Pasquart, Biel/Bienne, CH
Volumes, Kunsthalle Zurich, Zurich, CH
Offprint, École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris, FR
On Print, Nuit des Images, Musée de L’Elysée, Lausanne, CH