FIAP 2023

FIAP23 Martinique Exhibition
Opening: Friday January 27, 2023 at 6 p.m.
Archives Territoriales de la Martinique (TAM)-
19 Avenue Saint-John Perse, Fort-de-France
From 01/27/23 to 02/27/23
Finissage: Tuesday, February 28 from 6 p.m.
with a new performance by Alicja Korek
Opening hours to the public:
  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday and Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
This event will present a selection of photographs and video montages of performances by the 13 local and international artists invited to FIAP2022 Martinique (International Festival of Performance Art). Each montage, lasting from 5 to 25 minutes approximately, will run in a loop on 4 screens. The goal is to give a second life to these performances, in order to make them accessible to the public, in a space (that of the Archives) deemed interesting by the FIAP team, due to its location, geographical area, its scope as well as the links maintained between the 2 institutions : a copy of the first 2 catalogs of FIAP Martinique (2017 and 2019) has been achived at the TAM, the catalog of FIAP 2022 Martinique to be published in 2023 will also be. The video montages will be archived at TAM in order to guarantee their long-term preservation and their transmission to future generations (in the same way that catalogs make it possible to keep a written record of events that are by nature ephemeral).
The artists
  • Annabel Guérédrat (Martinique)
  • Henri Tauliaut (Martinique, Guadeloupe)
  • Nadia Myre (Montréal)
  • Ludgi Savon (Martinique)
  • Alicja Korek (Pologne)
  • Laurent Troudard (Martinique)
  • Helen Ceballos (Porto-Rico)
  • Jean-Hugues Miredin (Martinique)
  • Anne-Catherine Berry (Martinique)
  • Giscard Bouchotte (Haïti)
  • Habdaphaï (Martinique)
  • Lazaro Benítez Diaz (Cuba)
  • Alex Côté (Canada)
Alex Coté

International artist and emerging performer, Alex Côté creates a contemporary imagery of body, landscape and plastic that unfolds with meditation, contemplation and collective awareness. His work seeks to awaken the primitive soul, the earthly roots and the spiritual connection that bind humans to nature, while soliciting the senses of the viewer and creating sacred aesthetics with the performers. Throughout workshops, residencies, festivals and exhibitions, Alex Côté’s creative process has been evolving within the fields of theatre, performance, photography, video, mapping, installation, site-specific and land art. […]

Laurent Troudard

After a career in history teaching, Laurent Troudart trained in jazz dance which also involved classical and contemporary dance. His professional experiences with different companies have allowed his to deal more specifically with various currents of contemporary dance in Europe. In 2012, back in Martinique, he founded with Jean Hugues Miredin the company Art&Fact which develops around dance-theatre. Since his meeting with the company Artincidence in 2017, he has immersed himself more and more in the culture of performance.

Helen Ceballos

Self-taught cross-border performance, photography and video artist. He was born in the Caribbean in the 80s. He completed graduate studies at the National University of Art, Argentina with a specialization in performer, production and new media (2015). His performative work has toured theaters, galleries, universities, festivals, and communities in the Caribbean, the United States, Latin America, and Europe. Her research work has been published in magazines and anthologies in Spain, Mexico, Argentina, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and the United States. […]

Giscard Bouchotte

Independent curator, critic and social entrepreneur. In 2011, he curated the first pavilion of the Republic of Haiti at the Venice Biennale with the exhibition Haiti Kingdom of this World […]. His most recent projects include Périféériques, an itinerant project exploring new artistic and social practices in peri-urban spaces (Benin, Senegal, Haiti), and the Nuit blanche in Port-au-Prince, a call for artists’ engagement in urban initiatives. […] In Haiti, he develops workshops and has curated photographs of emerging artists in the Comoros Islands and Guyana. He works with international public and private institutions in the Caribbean. Also he has produced and directed three films […].


Confirmed and recognized visual artist throughout the Caribbean. Trained as a dancer, he took part between 1975 and 1991 in numerous international tours. His multidisciplinary and atypical quest gradually oriented him towards painting, sculpture, installations and performance. Between 2012 and 2015, he strengthened  his theoretical knowledge by taking a university degree in dance and performance at the University of Besançon and the HNDPE (Higher National Diploma in Plastic Expression) Art option from the Higher Institute of Fine Arts in Besançon.

Nadia Myre

Artiste autochtone et québécoise de Montréal qui s’intéresse aux conversations sur l’identité, la résilience et les politiques d’appartenance. Diplômée du Collège Camosun (1995), d’Emily Carr (1997) et de l’Université Concordia (MFA, 2002), Myre est récipiendaire de nombreux prix, notamment Compagne des arts et des lettres du Québec (2019), Banff Centre for Arts Walter Phillips Gallery Indigenous Commission Award (2016), Sobey Art Award (2014), Pratt & Whitney Canada’s ‘ Les Elles de l’art ‘ pour le Conseil des arts de Montréal (2011), Prix à la création artistique pour la région du Conseil des arts du Québec des Laurentides (2009) et une bourse du Musée Eiteljorg (2003). […]

Ludgi Savon

 Ludgi Savon, a visual artist from Martinique, explores a phantasmagorical universe. Graphic and pictorial practices (drawing, watercolor painting), assembly, sewing and embroidery, digital arts (studio and digital photography, digital art on smartphone and tablet, video) and performance: his protean creation is part of a poetic and humorous dimension. He stages his body as in a process of re-presentation where, this one, subject or object, embodies an invisible universe.

© photo : Edu Monteiro
Alicja Korek

Alicja grew up in a Spartan Soviet Poland. When the wall falls, she is graduate in literature and starts travelling around the world […] She smells, touches, stares at these open spaces, speaks new languages she crosses on her way. The sensuality of the Caribbean landscapes inspires her. Thanks to her encounter with Annabel Guérédrat and Henri Tauliaut, she plunges headlong into performance and land art. Throughout her performances she is fish-woman, druidess, Baba-Yaga, shaman, chimera, always faithful to her eco-feminist philosophy on one side and her fascination with the strange and the extraordinary of the other.

Annabel Gueredrat

Performer choreographer, living and working in Martinique, practitioner in Body Mind Centering®. In 2003, she created and worked for the company ARTINCIDENCE. In 2006, she led dance actions in the field of prostitution, prison, education, medical and socio-humanitarian. Her questions then focus on the body politic and the social posture of Black and Métis women on the set.

© photo: Jean-Baptiste Barret
Jean Hugues Miredin

Dancer, choreographer, performer and dance teacher. He’s been working nationally and internationally across Europe, Asia and United States. […] There he joined the “Paris Centre” dance school. Then he moved to New York City […]. He’s been collaborating with different artists and choreographers such as Camilla Stage, Anders Christiansen, Kitt Johnson, llyod Newson, Kirstie Simson, Jan Martens… […] “Art8Fact” has been granted funds from the French Art council (DAC), La CTM […], and was invited to perform in Africa (Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast), at Cayenne (French Guiana), Czech Republic (Prague) and Fort de France (Martinique). […]

Lazaro Benitez Diaz
Interprète, chorégraphe et chercheur en danse, basé depuis 2019 entre Paris et Marseille. Diplômé de l’Université des Arts de La Havane en études théoriques et recherches en danse et en Master 2 en Danse à l’Université de Paris 8, il dévoile sa première création en 2015 : Roots, personal construction of my past of hero, suivi de Diary of campagne inédite en 2017, puis Je n’aime pas les talons en 2018. […] En France, il a collaboré avec les artistes John Deneuve et Thomas Lebrun. En 2020, il crée avec deux autres artistes cubains le Colectivo Malasangre et en 2022 présente la pièce Que bolero o En tiempos de inseguridad nacional. […]
Anne Catherine Berry

Professeur diplômée en Arts Plastiques et Docteur es Arts, spécialité Arts de la Caraïbe, ayant rédigé sa thèse sur « Le corps archipel dans les arts plastiques des Petites Antilles françaises » sous la direction de Dominique Berthet. Thèse soutenue à l’Université des Antilles. Travaille à l’ESPE en Martinique, où elle enseigne dans le cadre de la préparation au CAPES d’Arts Plastiques. Elle est intervenue à l’Université des Antilles (pôle Martinique), dans le cadre de la Licence et du Master Arts de la Caraïbe. 2004, elle participe aux conférences et publications du CEREAP […], à travers des comptes rendus et articles publiés dans les revues Recherches en Esthétique et Gaïac.

Henri Tauliaut

Né en 1967 aux Abymes en Guadeloupe. Vit et travaille en Martinique. Artiste plasticien, performeur, chercheur, docteur en arts plastiques, professeur à l’Ecole Supérieure des Arts Visuels de la Martinique (CCA), chercheur sur le Bio art, Henri est également co-directeur avec son associé A. Guérédrat, du premier Festival International de Performance Art (FIAP Martinique) et a également co-créé les laboratoires d’art performance dans la savane des pétrifications pendant 3 ans.

Around the exhibition

Les temps forts suivants ont été sélectionnés :

  • Vendredi 27 janvier 2023 : vernissage de l’exposition animé par des performances d’artistes,
  • Samedi 28 janvier et samedi 11 février 2023 de 9h à 13h : deux matinées de rencontres et d’échanges avec les artistes
  • Lundi 27 février 2023 à 18h : fin de l’exposition animée par d’autres performances

Pendant toute la durée de l’exposition, des visites étudiantes sont prévues.

  • Authors Designers: Annabel Guérédrat and Henri Tauliaut
  • Video performances: Anne Catherine Berry, Henri Tauliaut, Annabel Guérédrat, Ludgi Savon, Jean Hugues Miredin, Helen Ceballos, Laurent Troudart
  • Scenographers: Henri Tauliaut and Hamided Hosseini
  • Photographer: JB Barret
  • Image takers: Gaspard Pauwels
  • Editor: Sonia Bogdanovsky
  • Sound: Franck Martin
  • Context: FIAP 22 Martinique
  • Type of work: multimedia Duration: various Creation date: December 2022

An Artincidence production with the support of the Department of Cultural Affairs and the Territorial Collectivity of Martinique.

Naïna Patrice
  • mail :
  • téléphone : 0696956255
FIAP23 Martinique videoprojection evening
  • Saturday February 4, 2023 from 6:30 p.m.
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • La Citadelle du Diamant

As part of the third edition of the International Festival of Performance Art (FIAP Martinique) happened in May 2022, the Artincidence association presents an exhibition of the creations made during this highlight which takes place at the Territorial Archives of Martinique January 27 to February 27, 2023.
Comfortably installed on this site little known to the general public, the screening will allow participants to be immersed in the heart of the festival. During this evening, performances and meetings with artists will enrich your experience.

  • Auteurs Designers : Annabel Guérédrat et Henri Tauliaut
  • Vidéos de performances : Anne Catherine Berry, Henri Tauliaut, Annabel Guérédrat, Jean-Hugues Miredin, Ludgi Savon, Lazaro Benitez Dias, Jiovany Boulangé, Giscard Bouchotte, Habdaphaï, Helen Ceballo
  • Preneur d’images : Gaspard Pauwels
  • Monteuse : Sonia Bogdanovsky
  • Compositeur : Franck Martin
  • Contexte : FIAP22 Martinique
  • Type de travail : multimédia
  • Date de création : Décembre 2022
Naïna Patrice
  • mail :
  • téléphone : 0696956255
Luis Vasquez la Roche

Luis Vasquez la Roche is an artist and educator that resides between Trinidad and Tobago and Virginia. He hold an MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University. their practice is interested in aspects of the transatlantic slave trade that repeat himselve in varying ways in the present. Even though the slave trade dehumanised millions of Black people, with the consequence of continuing to do so in the present, we can find hope, resistance, and resilience. An essential part of the research is an inquiry regarding material. He employs these materials to articulate aspects of race, identity, culture, politics, and spirituality. His works usually take shape as performances, sculptures or videos.

FIAP23 Martinique research residencies

As part of the fourth edition of the International Festival of Performance Art (FIAP Martinique), Artincidence receives for a research residency an international performance artist Luis Vasquès La Roche in march 2023.

Laboratory of performance art in Martinique : Laboperf #27
  • Only on registration
  • Tuesday 7 march 2023
  • 10am-4pm
  • In a full moon ritual as part of Cocolloba Caravellae Planète,
  • Savane des pétrifications, Sainte-Anne

This performance laboratory initiated and organized by Annabel Guérédrat and Henri Tauliaut has existed for almost 7 years. Each year, several sessions bring together the artists around times of exchange and creations in situ. The organizers welcome those who wish to try their hand at a work performed without an audience. Each individual present is an actor of this day and comes to advance on his reflective scheme.

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