After a Masters in Images at INSAS Flora Bleibt made short films which participated in several international festivals in Brussels, Montreal, Hamburg and Amiens. Her passion for images led her to practice and experiment with different production methods (from professional broadcast conditions to the most alternative in the network of artisanal experimental cinema laboratories). Today, thanks to the questions posed by queer feminists, she is more interested in the social and emotional impact of images on our lives, and ways of reappropriation and possible emancipation.
Following studies in sociology and Political Science Lucie Brugier turned to the Cultural field. She was responsible for the communication of a multidisciplinary establishment of La Mairie de Paris for 7 years and got involved in the associative field. DJ, crazy lotto performer (Nuits Sonores, Recyclerie, Hasard Ludique), host on Radio Campus, volunteer for literacy classes and recently, at the origin of feminist linocut workshops and other initiation moments to creation.
Salomé Burstein is a researcher and curator. After joining the École Normale Supérieure in Lyon, she obtained a Master in Arts and Languages at EHESS in Paris. It is in this context that she carried out research on the issue of boredom in contemporary visual culture. At the crossroads of political philosophy, art history and visual studies, the result was published by Ness Books under the title De l’ennui au spectacle (2019). In addition to her university career, Salomé worked in several cultural structures and institutions. In particular, she was responsible for a scholarship program within the curatorial platform Council and co-founded the multidisciplinary festival Feÿ Arts (in Burgundy) in 2018.
Laura Lafon is a photographer and art director. After studying gender and cultural studies in Toulouse, Laura Lafon moved to Brussels to study photography at ESA le 75. Her work waves between documentary and fiction, in the shapes of photobook. Photography must be able to create new representations of the world rather than portray reality with cynicism. She co-founded Concept Editing Design, a creative studio, to guide artists, institutions and brands in their desire for books. She works as a photo editor, mainly in the feminist magazines Causette and Gaze.
Student in Anthropology at the School of Higher Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS, Paris), Morgane Tocco is interested in representations of masculinity in the contemporary context. After having supported a research dissertation questioning the relationship between virility and care of physical appearance in young Parisian men, she is preparing a thesis which is interested in the eroticization of the male body by women.