Ancien étudiant à l’ESAD de Reims, Yohann Simonnot est diplômé en 2017 du DNSEP en Design Objet et Espace avec les Félicitations du Jury.
Il a rejoint la pépinière Design’R où il est designer free lance.
A l’ESAD, il est responsable de l’atelier de prototypage rapide.
Originaire du sud du Pays de Galles, Paul Roberts est diplômé en économie, politique et sciences sociales de l’Université de Manchester où il se passionne pour la musique et le cinéma. Après avoir travaillé en tant que chef de projet dans une maison d’édition à Londres, il a déménagé en France et a enseigné l’anglais pendant 15 ans dans les secteurs de l’industriel, du médical et médico- universitaire.
À l’ESAD, il enseigne l’anglais en 1er cycle.
Lise Terdjman a un double cursus à l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-arts de Paris et à l’école Nationale Supérieure des Arts décoratifs de Paris.
Ses réalisations interrogent les formes, les lieux, les stéréotypes. Elle articule documents et fictions et convoque de façon transversale l’histoire de l’art, les études de genres, les sciences sociales. Sa recherche prend la forme d’éditions, d’installations couplant différents médiums : dessin, photo, céramique…ou encore de performances interrogeant les conditions de notre perception.
Son travail a été montré dans différents lieux d’exposition en France (Musée du Louvre ; galerie Laboratoire BX invité par Le Pli, Bordeaux ; Under Construction Gallery, Paris ; Edition dans le cadre du Nouveau Festival : Langues imaginaires et inventées, Centre Pompidou) ; à l’étranger (Fondation Carlsberg, Copenhague). Membre du collectif Périphérie et du LAP, Laboratoire des Arts de la Performance.
A l’ESAD de Reims, elle enseigne le dessin.
Vit et travaille à Paris. Diplômé des Beaux Arts de Montpellier en 2005, Mark Geffriaud a exposé depuis en France et à l’étranger : au Palais de Tokyo (2008), au Musée du Jeu de Paume (2011), au Plateau Frac Ile-de-France (2008, 2010-2013), au Centre Pompidou (2014), à la galerie gb agency (2009, 2011, 2015), au Mamco, Genève (2015), à Artist Space, New York (2009), et à David Robert Foundation, Londres (2009). À l’ESAD, il enseigne aux étudiants en option Art.
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Véronique Maire is a designer. She began her career in the Andrée Putman agency where she was products development manager. In 2001 she co- founded the agency IK design and began with her associate a reflection on the product design, interior design and scenography. They created one of a kind pieces that were exhibited in the best galleries, they collaborated with Packard Bell and Cartier. Today Véronique Maire has set up her own creative studio and is working in different collaborations. In the ESAD she is the Chairholder of IDIS and teaches design to 4th year.
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Rozenn Canevet is a historian and art critic. With an academic education (Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada et Université Paris 8 Vincennes-St-Denis), she has a Ph.D in aesthetics, sciences and technology of art. A lecturer since 2002 in University Paris 8, her research has been the object of several publications, conferences and symposia both in France and abroad. She collaborates regularly with the magazines Artpress and Zérodeux reviewing contemporary art and also works with foreign publications such as Parachute. At the ESAD, she teaches art history and supervises the theses of the DNSEP (Master’s level) in art.
A graduate from the Fine Arts of Metz, the Monfort University of Leicester (United Kingdom) and the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Création Iindustrielle ENSCI/Les Ateliers, Renaud Thiry is a furniture designer and product designer. His projects are manufactured and distributed by Cappellini, Roche Bobois, Ligne Roset, Frag… Laureate of three Appels Permanents of VIA, two research grants from the FIACRE, as well as a public command from the CNAP, Renaud Thiry shows his research work in different galleries and trade fairs (Paris, Milan, London…). He is often invited to cartes blanches (Promosedia, du Meuble de Paris, Designer’s Days). In the ESAD he teaches design.
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With a Diplôme Nationale d’Art Technique (National Degree in Technical Art), “Visual Artist of Built Environment” from the Beaux-Arts de Reims, Raoul Sbaïz lives and works in Reims. He is in charge of the building and real estate company CIP-Ads in which he mainly creates new building projects for living or for working but also renovation projects. He teaches technical drawing in the ESAD.
Pierre-Yves Le Sonn
Pierre-Yves Le Sonn, independent designer, is a graduate of ESAD Reims. He began by assisting DELO LINDO and now works with other designers. Simultaneously, he associated himself with the designer Jean-Charles Amey in the STUDIO AMEY & LE SONN. He also collaborates with Claire Baudrimont. In 2012, they won both the 1st prize of the Cinna, young creators competition and the prize of the city of Vallauris for the design section of the International Biennial of Contemporary Creation in Ceramics. In the ESAD he teaches design and modelling.
A graduate of the Ecole d’Architecture de Paris-Villemin and the Ecole d’Architecture de Charenton, Patrick Nadeau develops projects at the intersection of architecture, design and gardens. After a fruitful collaboration with Christian Ghion until 1997, Patrick Nadeau opened his own practice and expanded his activity as a scenographer and a designer. He now works with Hermès, Kenzo, the city of Rennes and also the Jardin des Plantes in Paris. The work Végétal design – Patrick Nadeau, written by Thierry de Beaumont (co published with Alternatives Particule 14/ juin 2012) presents all of his work in the form of a critical essay and monograph. In the ESAD, Patrick Nadeau pilots the workshop of vegetal design.
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A graduate of the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, Olaf Avenati is a multimedia designer and graphic designer. Laureate of the International Mobius prize in 2000 (special prize of the jury) for the CD-Rom “In the Heart of Bahia”, he has been working in the studio of “Tout pour plaire” since 1998, creating objects for digital publishing and traditional paper based media, in the cultural, institutional, and associative domains : web sites, artist’s DVDs, CD-roms, interactive terminals, animations, books, posters, illustrations, brochures, visual identities, signage system and cultural walks. In the ESAD he is responsible for the program First and overseeing work on masters.
See more at : toutpourplaire.com
Lives and works in Paris. Graduate from the Beaux Arts (Fine Art School) de Montpellier in 2005, Mark Geffriaud has shown his work in France and abroad: in the Palais de Tokyo (2008) in the Musée du Jeu de Paume (2011), in Plateau Frac Ile-de-France (2008, 2010-2013), in the Centre Pompidou (2014), in the galerry gb agency (2009, 2011, 2015), in Mamco, Geneva (2015), in the Artist Space, New York (2009), and in the David Robert Foundation, London (2009). In the ESAD he teaches students in the option Art.
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A photographer and a video artist, Manuela Marques was born in Portugal. She lives and works in Paris. She shows her work both in France and abroad : Galerie Anne Barrault (Paris, France), Galeria Vermelho (Sao Paulo – Brazil), Caroline Pagès Gallery (Lisbon, Portugal). She won the BesPhoto prize in 2011 and in 2013, the Residency Prize of the Fondation des Treilles. She has published several monographs such as “La taille de ce vent et un triangle dans l’eau” in 2014. At the ESAD, Manuela Marques teaches photography.
See more at galerie Anne Barrault website.
A graduate of Ecole Supérieure des Arts Appliqués Duperré and the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs de Paris, Laurent Meszaros is a graphic designer with the agency wa75. He creates the graphic and visual identity of cultural products, working closely with the publications of the Laboratoire d’Aubervilliers. He also devised the signage system for the restaurant Georges in the Centre Pompidou, and made “Graphisme en France 2005” published by the Centre National des Arts Plastiques. At ESAD, he teaches graphics / multimedia.
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In the agency LB2, Laurent Burte is a graphic designer. Apart from creating web sites and digital animations, he also works on many publishing and press projects, graphic charters, and creates events communications for diverse clients. Laurent Burte is the author of a manifesto on scratch music linked to his typographical research : “Scratch graphic”. In Reims, he teaches graphic design and typography to the undergraduate cycle.
See more at : laurentburte.com
Laurence Mauderli is a historian and design theorist, a doctoral student in Arts and the Sciences of Art, with a Masters from the Royal College of Art of London. She has a penchant for the themes of design and its various contemporary and historical uses, and for material culture. She is the author of numerous publications and has collaborated with various museums : V&A Musuem in London, Museum für Gestaltung in Zürich, Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris as a scientific collaborator and as a curator in several exhibitions. In the ESAD she teaches history and the theory of design and oversees the theses in product design.
To design, Julie Rothhahn begins by eating. Curious and a gourmand, she tastes everything in order to analyse the senses, open ways of thinking about it and to bring to food, a design, that helps to digest, to have fun and to escape. After graduating from the Ecole supérieure d’Art et Design de Reims, she was the laureate in 2009 of the “grand prix de la création de la ville de Paris” in the design section. She brings a designer’s view to food which becomes a material that can be modelled, staged, given a meaning. The food becomes as a result a sensitive, emotional, regressive, even transgressive thing. Her work as a designer manifests in different ways : collaboration with the food service industry, craftsmen, the agro- food industry, events organisations. In the ESAD she teaches food design.
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Interior designer and freelance designer since 2002, Jean-Paul Augry graduated from the Ecole Nationale des Beaux-arts in Lyon. He has worked, amongst others, in collaboration with Ruedi Baur, for the architectural biennale in Venice, created the showroom for the new Citroën headquarters and has worked on projects for the Science Museum/ Alexandria Library (Egypt) and also at the Museum of Jeu de Quilles. The Laureate of an AFAA grant, he spent 2 years in West Africa for the development of projects in design and manufacturing objects in collaboration with crafts people from West Africa. He created his own agency in 2009. In the ESAD he teaches design to the undergraduate level and accompanies the students up to the DNAP.
After studies in the ENSAV de la Cambre in Brussels (section restoration of art works), Jean-Michel Hannecart continued an education in visual arts (section painting) in the Institut St-Luc/ERG. He regularly exhibits his painting in France and abroad. His works are in French public collections as well as numerous private collections both in France and abroad. In the ESAD Reims, he teaches drawing.
Born in Brindisi in Italy, Giuseppe Gabellone lives and works in Paris. A graduate of Artistic High School diploma – Liceo Artistico, Brindisi in 1992, and subsequently of the Academy of Fine Arts, Bologne where he spent 2 years, he finished his education in 1995 in Academy of fine Arts, Milan – Accademia di Brera. Numerous exhibitions have marked his career : Galerie Perrotin, Paris (2011), Domaine de Kerguéhennec, Bignan (2008), Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (2002), Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo per l’Arte, Turin (2000), alongside prestigious group shows such as Palazzo Grassi, Venice and Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (2008), Venice Biennale (2003), the Biennale de Lyon (2003), and Documenta 11, Kassel (2002). At the ESAD, he coordinates the Masters in Art.
After five years spent working with the designer Jean-Marie Massaud, Germain Bourré has developed his own path at the meeting of the universe of vegetal design and food design around the creation of furniture and objects. In 2005 he set up his agency in Paris and developed the multi- disciplinary approach of his work. With his background in food design, Germain Bourré values a sensitive and global approach. Bringing together his skills in object design and design of space, he works on food and its special features just as much as the staging of the actual food. He works in collaboration with great chefs (Arnaud Lallemant, Pierre Hermé, Philippe Etchebest, Jean-Pierre Vigato or also Mathieu Viannay…) and regularly exhibits in France and abroad.
In the ESAD he is in charge of the Master in Food Design.
Gérard Cairaschi, multimedia artist, video artist, photographer and installation artist, lives and works in Paris. His works questions the cultural dimensions of the image, its codes and its strategies, its historical weight and references. Gérard Cairaschi received in 2005 the Special Prize of the jury of the Videlogia Festival (Russia), the CANAL+ prize for video creation at the International Festival of Short Films of Clermont-Ferrand of 2004, the Special Prize of the jury of the Videolisboa International Festival (Portugal, 2000) and the Prize for creation in video of the S.C.A.M (Société Civile des Auteurs Multimédia) in 1999. In Reims he teaches video.
From Belgium, Fabrice Bourlez has a PhD in philosophy (Université de Lille 3 and the Univeristà di Pisa) and is a also a psychoanalyst. His thesis was about the cinematographic work of Pasolini. He is the author of different articles on the cinema, psychoanalysis and questions of “genre”. His favourite authors are Deleuze and Lacan. He also works as a translator (French/ Italian) of philosophical texts. As well as his work as a researcher and teacher, he takes care of patients in the Rouen hospital. In the ESAD, he teaches philosophy and overlooks the thesis of 5th year students. He is also co-director of the collection “Art and Philosophy” (co-edition ESAD – URCA).
Fabien Cagani is a designer and interior designer who graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs de Paris. He is the cofounder, with Laurent Matras in 1985, of the group Delo Lindo (Paris), the unique signature of all their projects. Delo Lindo collaborates with Soca, Ligne Roset-Cinna, Grosfillex to manufacture furniture. At the moment, the duo are working on the conception of a small range of electrical ware for the Seb group. Fabien Cagani teaches product design and accompanies the 5th year up to their DNSEP degree.
See more at : delolindo.fr
Designer, with a degree from the ESAD in Reims in 2002. He worked with Matt Sindall and Mathilde Bretillot in their agency from 2002 to 2009. The laureate of the Bourse Agora 2007 with the collective Dito, of which he has been a member since 2006. Designer and independent since 2009, he is working today on furniture, object design and scenography. In the ESAD he teaches Design Product.
A graduate of the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, Christian Porri has multiplied his professional experiences in graphic and digital design (print, communication, UI / UX, web, gamedesign…), he works for diverse clients : Bibliothèque nationale de France, Orchestre national d’Ile-de-France, Novalis, Décoral, Microsoft, Canalsatellite… He has also created the visual identity of the webzine Bulbe, where he was also the artistic director. In Reims, Christian Porri teaches digital design and accompanies students for the DNAP
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After a first schooling in the Beaux-Arts de Rueil-Malmaison, Cécile Meuleau followed a course where she specialised in textile design in ENSCI (Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle) in Paris. Beginning as a colourist for Gérard Darel’s creative studio, she joined the design studio of Tai Ping Carpets, creators of hand woven carpets. An independent textile designer, she regularly works with architectural firms (Culture in Architecture, Stylagos) and carpet and tapestry manufacturers (Pinton, Robert Four) in motif creation, colour and material development. In ESAD she teaches “colour and material”.
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Cécile Le Talec
Cécile Le Talec is a graduate of the University Paris-I Panthéon-Sorbonne. She lives and works in the Centre Region of France. She has developed over many years an artistic approach around issues concerned with the perception of space in its sonic dimension : linguistic and musical. She regularly works with composers as part of projects of concerts/ performances (Nicolas Frize, Leilei Tian, Alexandros Markeas). She regularly shows her work in different FRACs (regional art centres) and galleries such as the School gallery Olivier Castaing, as well as in Mexico. In the ESAD, she teaches Volume / Space.
After a university education in audio visual and information- communication, he developed a practice as a graphic designer. He became interested in the narrative potential that graphic forms can convey, especially in the question of editing. His production links intertextuality and the principle of adaptation, in relation to the methods of communication that come from cinematic language. He explores the relations that graphic design has to other artistic practices. 2008 : Creation with Catherine Guiral of the studio officeabc (2015 ico-D Excellence Award) 2011 : Creation with Jérôme Dupeyrat and Catherine Guiral of the Agence du Doute (exhibition curator in 2013 in Pompidou Centre; co-direction of the work L’Écartelage ou l’écriture de l’espace d’après Pierre Faucheux) 2013 : Founded, with Thierry Chancogne et Catherine Guiral, on line magazine Tombolo. At the ESAD, he teaches graphic design to the undergraduate cycle.
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Audrey Tenaillon est scénographe etAudrey Tenaillon is a scenographer and interior designer who graduated from Ecole Camondo. She was responsible for the scenography of Swiss Confederation Pavillion in Morat, the Ecomuseum in the Pays de la Cerise in Fougerolles. Audrey Tenaillon received the Prize for Innovation and Communication, for her exhibition project “Petrol, new challenges” in 2004, in the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie in Paris. In Reims, she teaches design of space / scenography architecte d’intérieur diplômée de l’Ecole Camondo. Elle a signé notamment la scénographie du Pavillon de la Confédération Suisse à Morat, de l’Ecomusée du Pays de la Cerise à Fougerolles. Audrey Tenaillon a reçu le Prix de l’innovation et de la Communication, pour son projet d’exposition « Pétrole, nouveaux défis » en 2004, à la Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie de Paris. A Reims, elle enseigne le design d’espace / scénographie.
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Graduated of the ESAD Reims Master Product Design after a technical diploma in industrial design, Arnaud Cozeret, founded the “Studio Noncommun” with Pierre Loustaud in 2014.Specialized in products design and interior architectures, they focus on the new experiments of the users.
In the same time, Arnaud Cozeret is a member of OnOff Crew, an artists association that creates installations and fresques for galleries or Institutions.
At the ESAD Reims, he is teaching 3D modelization and digital prototyping.
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A graduate of the Ecole Boulle in 1993, Anne Fressard is an interior designer. She has been responsible for the conception and overseeing projects for stands, scenography and TV sets. In interior design, the different scope for applications are as diverse as housing, hotel industry, retail sector, bars/ restaurants and champagne houses. In the ESAD she teaches technical drawing, a rite of passage for designers and for contemporary artists.
With a degree from the ESAD of Reims and a Masters in Art Research from Paris Sorbonne, specialty: Spaces, places, exhibitions, networks, Jean Wanschoor is a visual artist from Reims who diversifies his sectors of activity by also working as a photographer, graphic designer and a model maker for several businesses from the region such as La Boîte à lumières and Publ’image studio. He is also the founder of an artistic association La Clique, in the nearby town of Bétheny, and co founder of La Spirale, a brand and a textile screen printing studio. At the ESAD, Jean Wanschoor works as a teaching assistant (photography, video, screen printing, production and digital post- production).
Mathieu Ehrsam is a multimedia designer. After a scientific education, and then a BTS (technical diploma) in industrial design in La Martinière in Lyon, he graduated from the ESAD in Reims. He founded the studio “Les Diverstructeurs” within which he has diversified his field of action and developed close collaborations : with the designers “Agent M”, the gallery Xippas (Paris), the graphic creation studio “Tamanta Famiglia”, the communication agency “Brief&Nous” and the event studio “FlyAway”. He has created numerous websites for artists and designers as well as illustrations and animations. He has been simultaneously working on a research project bringing together biological and digital experiences. In the ESAD, he teaches digital design.
See more at : www.diverstructeurs.com