Zoé Le Voyer is an independent curator and artistic coordinator based in Marseille. Her curatorial approach envisions the archive as a field for epistemological, poetic and political investigation. In 2018, she co-founded the collective Calypso36°21 and Out.of.the.blue.map, an itinerant curatorial program. Since 2014, Zoé has been collaborating as a curator, artistic and research coordinator with different artistic organisations (Manifesta13 Marseille, Jan van Eyck Academy, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, TBA21-Academy…). Zoé is currently a fellow of TBA21-Academy’sOcean Fellowship, and of Bodies, un-protected, an international program series on bodies, art and protection (Sandra Noeth & Künstlerhaus Mousonturm). She is a participant in the The Whole Life Academy (Haus der Kulturen der Welt) and member of Contemporaines, a French association committed to gender equality in contemporary art.
Justine Daquin is an independent curator and architect. Her work is strongly related to liminal territories and the recovering of indigenous knowledge. Since 2014, Justine has collaborated with international architecture and art offices. In 2019, she was assistant curator for the Biennale d’Architecture et de Paysage in Paris. Three years ago, she co-created the collective Calypso36°21 and the itinerant curatorial programme Out.of.the.blue.map. She co-curated the programme’s exhibitions in Tangiers and in Marseille for Manifesta13. Recently, Justine was invited to be part of a multi-disciplinary research group that developed a boat project for S.O.S Méditerranée. She is now a fellow of TBA21-Academy’s Oceanfellowship.