The City of Bourges in partnership with the national School of art, permits every year to the young artists of the Ensa bourges to exhibit in a space in the unique architecture of circular shape : the old water tower of the city.
The exhibition Transduction has been conceived as a research laboratory : the title has been borrowed from the genetic and transfers between bacteria, has significance, physics, or biology, the transformation of a signal or energy. A scientific reference which refers to the news these past two years.
If we shake a little on this first reading, and reinvents the meaning, Transduction has a vibrancy and attractiveness voluntarily voluptuous combining "trans(e)" and " seduction ". In fact, there is a double game in the projects and accomplishments exposed, which operate on the principle of a painting in motion. The activations oscillate between the lightning or the state of latency, only count the meetings.
The École nationale supérieure d'art de Bourges belongs to the network of the 7 national schools of art in French under the supervision of the Ministry of Culture and offers a generalist training in art. The singular transversality of artistic disciplines that are provided to permit him to appeal to students of French, european or international.
Housed in a former building of the Seventeenth century in the heart of the city of Bourges, the school benefits from its proximity to cultural institutions and heritage, thus offering its 200 students with a framework that is conducive to learning and to the development of their artistic practice. With 7000 square meters usable, Ensa is one of the top schools of art which have better space to work.
In addition, the school promotes the mobility of students, particularly students in the M1, with a wide choice of european destinations and international with the objective to better respond to artistic projects, research, and student orientation. Each year, all first-year students of the master performs a stay international and the school welcomes nearly 10% of foreign students. From the teachings, a network of partner institutions, develops, allowing exchanges between students and teachers.