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Noémi Lefebvre and Laurent Grappe

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Noémi Lefebvre

Noémi Lefebvre was born in 1964 in Caen, and now lives in Lyon, France. After studying music and politics and completing a degree focused on music education and national identity in Germany and France, she became a political scientist at IEP – Grenoble II University. She is the author of three novels, all of which have garnered intense critical success: her first novel L’Autoportrait bleu (2009) has been translated into English by Sophie Lewis (Blue-self portrait, Les Fugitives, London, 2017). After that, she wrote L’état des sentiment à l’âge adulte (2012), L’enfance politique (2015) and Poétique de l’emploi (2018). She is a regular contributor to the independent online magazine Mediapart and to the bilingual French-German publication La mer gelée.
Éditions Verticales
Blog Médiapart


Laurent Grappe

Laurent Grappe, composer, musician. His work on the poetry of recorded sound has led him to compose a certain number of electroacoustic pieces for which he systematically creates a specific setting allowing a “staging” of the sound, whether live or recorded beforehand. In his proposals, he involves actors, musicians, visual artists, and sometimes even the public itself.


Chevaux Indiens

Video realized by the studio doitsu. Text: Noémi Lefebvre. Editing: Laurent Grappe. January 2019.

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