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Mother's Milk

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ISBN 978-94-92852-74-8
Price € 35,00
Author Marie Ilse Bourlanges
Introduction text Marta Pagliuca Pelacani
Editor Marta Pagliuca Pelacani
Graphic design Alix Chauvet
Number of pages 348
Book size 15.5 x 24 cm 
Binding hardcover thread sewn binding/ special edition offset duotone with metallic and mat ink
Printer Robstolk
Lithography Alex Feenstra
Language English
Release date Winter 2022
Publisher Jap Sam Books
With the support of Fondation Harlet Snug, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds-TIjl Fonds, Mondriaan Fund, Stichting Stokroos, and Steunfonds Pictoright.

 

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| Special, limited edition with a beautiful design by Alix Chauvet in cooperation with the artist Marie Ilse Bourlanges.

| This project was initiated and presented as a performance and series of video works at 3bisF Contemporary Art Centre located in Montperrin Psychiatric hospital in Aix-en-Provence (France) during the Manifesta Biennial in 2020.

Mother’s Milk (re)constructs the story of Ilse, the author’s grandmother. Alienated in the psychiatric hospital of La Timone, in Marseille, Ilse resided there from 1952 until her death in 1983. Bringing together archival material, correspondences and conversations narrated via documentary poetry, Marie Ilse Bourlanges assembles the fragments of a family history hiding in plain sight.

An undertow of embodied memory meets the flow of institutional remembrance, drawing parallels between the discarded material of archives and the necessary mechanisms of physiological forgetting. Mother’s Milk offers an intimate journey into madness, intergenerational trauma transmission and the role of artistic research in imagining a possibility of healing.

Marie Ilse Bourlanges (1983) is an interdisciplinary artist, whose practice combines tangible, performative and written matter. Prompted to reveal how intimacy can resonate collectively to repair social and ecological tears, her work explores the reciprocity of strength and vulnerability. 

www.marieilsebourlanges.com

www.alixchauvet.com


 

Marie Ilse Bourlanges

€35.00

Mother's Milk

Marie Ilse Bourlanges

€35.00

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ISBN 978-94-92852-74-8
Price € 35,00
Author Marie Ilse Bourlanges
Introduction text Marta Pagliuca Pelacani
Editor Marta Pagliuca Pelacani
Graphic design Alix Chauvet
Number of pages 348
Book size 15.5 x 24 cm 
Binding hardcover thread sewn binding/ special edition offset duotone with metallic and mat ink
Printer Robstolk
Lithography Alex Feenstra
Language English
Release date Winter 2022
Publisher Jap Sam Books
With the support of Fondation Harlet Snug, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds-TIjl Fonds, Mondriaan Fund, Stichting Stokroos, and Steunfonds Pictoright.

 

| Special, limited edition with a beautiful design by Alix Chauvet in cooperation with the artist Marie Ilse Bourlanges.

| This project was initiated and presented as a performance and series of video works at 3bisF Contemporary Art Centre located in Montperrin Psychiatric hospital in Aix-en-Provence (France) during the Manifesta Biennial in 2020.

Mother’s Milk (re)constructs the story of Ilse, the author’s grandmother. Alienated in the psychiatric hospital of La Timone, in Marseille, Ilse resided there from 1952 until her death in 1983. Bringing together archival material, correspondences and conversations narrated via documentary poetry, Marie Ilse Bourlanges assembles the fragments of a family history hiding in plain sight.

An undertow of embodied memory meets the flow of institutional remembrance, drawing parallels between the discarded material of archives and the necessary mechanisms of physiological forgetting. Mother’s Milk offers an intimate journey into madness, intergenerational trauma transmission and the role of artistic research in imagining a possibility of healing.

Marie Ilse Bourlanges (1983) is an interdisciplinary artist, whose practice combines tangible, performative and written matter. Prompted to reveal how intimacy can resonate collectively to repair social and ecological tears, her work explores the reciprocity of strength and vulnerability. 

www.marieilsebourlanges.com

www.alixchauvet.com