Sébastien Pluot is an art historian, researcher and curator, co-director of Art by Translation (ESAD TALM, ENSAPC). He has curated numerous exhibitions and colloquia, notably on the works of Alison Knowles, Mel Bochner, Christopher D'Arcangelo… and for group exhibitions such as Art by Telephone Recalled, Time Capsules 2045, The Intolerable Straight Line, Dernières nouvelles de l'Éther, Une lettre arrive toujours à destinations, Double Bind, Arrêtez d'essayerz de me comprendre which have been presented at Artists Space, CAPC, CNEAI, CAC Torres Vedras, Documenta 14, Fonderie Darling, Emily Harvey Foundation, Jeu de Paume, James Gallery, La Panacée, MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery, Villa Lemot He has taught as a visiting professor at Barnard College, CalArts, CUNY, Terra Foundation Summer Residency, San Francisco Art Institute, Sorbonne University, and has organized and presented lectures at Columbia University, University of Florida, NYU, Princeton University, RedCat, LACMA, Centre Georges Pompidou, Jeu de Paume, INHA, HEAD, etc. He is currently a researcher (doctoral student) at the Centre André Chastel, curator for the HISK (2023) programme in Brussels. He is a laureate of the Villa Médicis (HLM in New York 2008) and the Villa Kujoyama (Kyoto, 2023). He is also a consultant on ecological issues.
Project funded by the Labex UnivEarths and the RFPU Endowment Fund.