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Camille Boichot work about dynamics of urban artistic spaces in Paris and Berlin. In this research, she compares the organization of contemporary art in both metropolises. Polarization and networking of art and artists in Berlin and Paris are explored at different scales through quantitative and qualitative methods (elaboration of an original database describing contemporary art exhibition spaces and interviews with artists living in Neukölln and Montreuil). This work aims to show the articulations between place-base practices and mobilities of people as of objects that contribute to understand interactions between the spatial system of contemporary art and urban space in two of the major european metropolises.


PhD - Paris 1 University in 2012

Master 2 Carthagéo Recherche – Paris 1-Panthéon-Sorbonne University


2011-2012, Full time teaching, Urbanism Institute, Lyon 2 University

2010-2011, 50% time teaching, Geography Department, Joseph Fourier University, Grenoble

2008 -2010, Various temporary teaching tasks, University Paris 1-Panthéon-Sorbonne, URCA University, Reims


2009-2010, DAAD ( Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst) research grant

2007-2009, french foreign affairs ministry’s grant


2009-2010, Graduierten Kolleg "Transnationale Räume", Université Viadrina, Frankfurt/Oder

2007-2010, Participation to the working groups "Migration" and « Gender », Marc Bloch Center, Berlin

2008-2009, Participaton to the research programm MEREV, directed by Nadine Cattan

23 mai 2008, Organisation of a french-german workshop: « migration and statistics », Marc Bloch Center, Berlin


Urban and cultural geography, creativity, artistic mobility

PhD: “ Artistic mobility and urban transformations: the exemples of Paris and Berlin”, Under the direction of Nadine Cattan

Updated on : 12 October 2017


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