Jean Dupuy, Sophie Lapalu, Simon Nicaise, Julie Portier, Théo Robine-Langlois

LongPlay 6

*Duu radio has recently acquired a vinyl burner in order to realize micro editions of sound projects. This tool allows to burn vinyl records by unit, at real speed.

For its 10th anniversary, *Duuu proposes the edition of 10 vinyls of 10 copies each, from the archives of the radio, as well as an unpublished project made for the exhibition.

The sixth vinyl presents a program recorded in 2016 proposed by the team of *Duuu and its correspondents, gathered for the exhibition RUN RUN RUN, meeting Jean Dupuy at the Villa Arson.

Editing: Charline Curtelin and Mathilde Morel. 
Thanks: Jonas Beausire, Nicolas Brulhart.

“C’était 8 jours après mon arrivée à Paris, en 84, quand j’ai quitté New-York”

The posters of the exhibition become, thanks to a folding system, the sleeves of the engraved vinyls. The cut-outs of the posters are used for the vinyl buttons.
The posters of the Long Play project for the ten years of *Duu radio were designed in collaboration with the Atelier de Communication graphique de la Hear, and more particularly Alice Bourdelon, Clément Gass and Olivier Quern.

Image : Marjorie Catez

Sophie Lapalu

Art critic and curator, Sophie Lapalu is a graduate of the Ecole du Louvre (Paris) and the Ecole du Magasin (Grenoble). She teaches at the Ecole Supérieure d'Art de Clermont Métropole and is defending her thesis at the University of Paris 8 where she taught after having been coordinator from 2010 to 2013 of the exhibition space of the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Arts Paris-Cergy, YGREC. Her research on stealth action has led her to experiment with various exhibition formats. She is a member of the editorial board of the magazine Marges, a correspondent for *Duu, and has published several books.

Simon Nicaise

Trained at the Beaux-Arts de Rouen from which he graduated in 2008, Simon Nicaise (1982) has developed a career marked by numerous solo and group exhibitions in Europe, and has been awarded several prizes (Prix Jeune Création, 2009; Prix Sciences-Po for contemporary art, 2011). His work has been shown in numerous institutions and art centers and has been the subject of several solo exhibitions in France and abroad. An artist-run-space (Störk) and a radio (*Duu), whose programming renews the modes of diffusion of the work of his contemporaries, have added their strings to an artistic practice built in the exploration of ways to make art accessible.

Théo Robine-Langlois

Théo Robine-Langlois is a graduate of the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Art de Paris-Cergy and the Ecole du Magasin in Grenoble. Théo Robine-Langlois' practice explores language through different writing media, such as the screen, the book, the radio or the Internet. He is a correspondent for *Duu, and a member of After 8 Books, a bookstore and publishing house based in Paris.[...] is his first book published by Nous. Un nuage c'est beaux au pire c'est chiant is his first vinyl published by *Duuu.
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