Gaëtan Gromer leads a creative activity at a crossroads between composition, performance and multimedia installation. He uses the astonishing power of suggestion and immersion of sound to deliver a certain view of the world, a particular point of hearing, to ‘tell’ with sound. He is one of the winners of the Imagina Atlantica 2012 European Digital Arts Prize in Angoulême and wrote the music for Samuel Henry’s Juste l’embrasser, which won the SABAM prize at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival in 2008.
Claudine Bohi is an assistant lecturer of arts and a psychoanalyst who taught at the Lycée Voltaire (Paris) and divides her time between Paris, Strasbourg and Narbonne. Her poetic work, according to Claude Ber, questions the transition between flesh and word, anxiety and questioning. She appears in the anthologies L’érotisme dans la poésie féminine, by Pierre Béarn (Pauvert, 1993) and L’anthologie de la poésie érotique, by Pierre Perret (Nil, 1995), as well as in several others.
Claudine Bohi received the Prix Paul-Verlaine in 1998 for the collection Atalante, ta course (Éditions La Bartavelle) 1, and the Prix Mallarmé 2019 for Naître, c’est longtemps (Éditions La Tête à l’envers, 2018).
Germain Rœsz is a painter and poet born in Colmar in 1949, who lives and works in Paris and Strasbourg. He carries out work in visual arts, poetry and theoretical research. Nourished by his research and his poetic quest, his painting traces a territory between rigour and chaos, between the history of painting and the contemporary approach. He tries, in a spirit of coherence, to grasp – in painting and in poetry – a space which is its own matrix, which opens the world. In the strictly poetic field, he has been performing poetry since 1994: poetry/action readings with contemporary musicians (Pierre Seidler, Christophe Rieger, Gaëtan Gromer), with L’épongistes (Robic/Rœsz) or solo.