Jérôme Mauche invites Pauline Ghersi and Lucie Rico

Wednesday 20 September 2023 at 7 pm

Free admission

The "Poésie plateforme" (Poetry Platform) meetings at Fondation Pernod Ricard are designed to bring together, in an original way, the approaches of some of today's most stimulating creators.


For this new encounter, artist Pauline Ghersi and novelist and filmmaker Lucie Rico will explore together what brings their singular works together. Their fictions, whether in the form of films, novels or sculptures, propose with humor, finesse and fantasy to fork our technological and emotional search engines. The marketing of everyday life, TV and biographical formats, and muddle-headedness are their preferred levers, giving us access to these new relational states of the imaginary and of love.


Pauline Ghersi is an artist. Her main mediums are video and sculpture, and she depicts people/characters grappling with realities that are alternately pathetic and funny. Her work is regularly shown in France and abroad. Most recently at Ravisius Textor, Nevers; Rond-Point Projects, Marseille and soon at Glassbox, Paris.

Lucie Rico is a novelist, filmmaker and screenwriter. She has co-directed several short films, including Plein noir, 2018, with Marine Louvet, and Kraken, 2022, with Pauline Dalifard. She has published two acclaimed novels with Editions P.O.L: Le chant du poulet sous vide, 2020, and GPS, 2022, which have received numerous awards and excellent public acclaim.


Pauline Ghersi

Lucie Rico

Jérome Mauche

Fondation Pernod Ricard
1 cours Paul Ricard
75008 Paris
Free entrance
Free admission, without reservation
Lucie Rico © Wiktoria Bosc
Lucie Rico © Wiktoria Bosc
Pauline Ghersi © Yue Yuan
Pauline Ghersi © Yue Yuan


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