Now in residence


Federica CHIOCCHETTI, Italy

(in residence from May 30 to August 29)

Writer, curator & lecturer specialized in photography, born in 1983. PhD candidate Photo-Textualities & Photographic Fictions, University of Westminster, London; MA Comparative Literature, University College of London. Founding director of the photo-literary platform Photocaptionist. Selected projects: exhibition Invisible Stratum (Tokyo Photo Festival; Jaipur Photo Festival); P.H. Emerson: presented by the author (V&A Museum/Nottingham Castle); exhibition and book Amore e Piombo (Archive of Modern Conflict, 2015 Kraszna Krausz Book Award).



Pablo Martín SANCHEZ, Spain

(in residence from June 22 to October 1)

Pablo Martín Sánchez (Reus, Spain, 1977) is the author of a collection of short stories Fricciones (E.D.A., 2011) and two novels: El anarquista que se llamaba como yo (Acantilado, 2012, soon to appear in English) and Tuyo es el mañana (Acantilado, 2016). He has been a member of Oulipo since 2014 and currently lives in Barcelona where he works as a professor of writing and translation.



As a duo

Yohanna MY NGUYEN, France

(in residence from August 1 to September 12)

Yohanna My Nguyen is a typesetter and songwriter, born in 1985. Her creative output relies on text in its various forms, questioning the notion of appropriation. Her most recent work includes the publication of texts on the film director Alain Cavalier, a series of musical compositions based on the work of Émile Cohl for the Musée d’Orsay and a sound installation for the library of the University Paris 8. She teaches at the Arts High School of the Rhine in Strasbourg.


(in residence from August 1 to September 12)

Born in 1984, Marie de Quatrebarbes is a poet, editor and designer who studied at the École nationale supérieure des Arts décoratifs in Paris. She has published Les pères fouettards me hantent toujours (Lanskine, 2012), La vie moins une minute (Lanskine, 2014), Gommage de tête (Eric Pesty, 2017) et John Wayne est sous mon lit (cipM Spectres Familiers, 2018). Her works have been translated into Norwegian, Swedish, English, Dutch and Arabic. She co-founded the journal La tête et les cornes and is working on a new collection of foreign poetry with Eric Pesty.



Iosi HAVILIO, Argentina

(in residence from August 15 to September 12)

A novelist and screenwriter, born in 1974 in Buenos Aires. Iosi Havilio studied philosophy, music and film. He has published the following novels: Opendoor (Entropía, Buenos Aires, 2007), Estocolmo (Mondadori, 2010), Paraísos (Mondadori/Caballo de Troya, 2012), La Serenidad (Entropía, Buenos Aires, 2014) and Pequeña flor (PRH, 2015). His works have been translated into English, Italian, French and other languages. He has been involved in several other projects: anthologies, stage productions and film screenplays.

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