Cécile Croce

Cécile Croce
Teacher-researcher in Aesthetics and Art Sciences

Cécile Croce is a teacher-researcher in Aesthetics and Art Sciences at Bordeaux Montaigne University, co-director of the Mediations, Information, Communication, Arts Research Unit (MICA, UR 4426). Her research questions the links between art and new mediations, as well as their societal issues explored within the team of Arts, Design, Scenography (ADS) researchers for which she is co-responsible. She works at the crossroads of plastic practice and aesthetic approach, writing for current arstits (The life of a work. Guillaume Toumanian, preface by Didier Arnaudet, Bordeaux, Trinôme Editions, 2015; MD Smith. Liquid densities, retrospective at the Archdiocese Palace, October-December 2018, Arles, Les Fleurs du Silence, 2018). Specialist in psychoanalytical aesthetics (Psychoanalysis of pictorial symbolist art. Art, an erosgraphy, col. L’or d’Atalante, Champ Vallon, Seyssel, 2004), she is interested in the aesthetic questions raised by artistic forms of performance, installation, digital arts (Performance and psychoanalysis. Experimenting and (de)signing our lives, préfaces by B. Lafargue and G. Ostermann, col. Mouvement des savoirs, Paris, L’Harmattan, 2015). Cécile Croce is co-editor-in chief of the aesthetic studies scientific journal Figures de l’art; co-créator and co-editor-in-chief of the digital scientific journal Arts, Sciences and Technologies: Scientific News of Art (ASTASA).

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