Aude-Émilie Judaïque & Chloé Jarry & Anne-Laure Amilhat-Szary

Producer / Journalist

Spring 2022

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  • Visual Arts
  • New Media
  • Cities
  • San Francisco
“How can we transform borders into a network that unites us all?”

Chloé Jarry, a producer of immersive experiences, and Aude-Émilie Judaïque, a socially-conscious journalist, and Anne-Laure Amilhat Szary, professor and political geographer, will examine our relationship with borders through an exhibition project, “Exploring Borders,” which they will work on throughout their residency in San Francisco. Their mission: “Shake up our perceptions and bring our (mental) walls crashing down!”


Chloé Jarry is head of the production studio Lucid Realities, of which she is a co-founder. She has produced a number of VR works, including Karim Ben Khelifa’s “The Ennemy,” Gordon and Andrés Jarach’s “1, 2, 3 Bruegel,” Nicolas Thépot’s “Claude Monet – The Waterlily Obsession,” and Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster’s “Endodrome,” which was shown at the Venice Art Biennale. Her goal is to merge various writing and distribution methods to create innovative and meaningful immersive experiences.


Aude-Émilie Judaïque is a producer of radio documentaries for France Culture. She focuses on social, political, and cultural issues. Most notably, she is the producer of a series on the history of global migrations. In 2017, she was asked to give a TEDx talk on the subject of borders. As a mixed-race woman, she is interested in questioning our relationship with identity and exploring population displacement. She will be the curator of the “Exploring Borders” exhibition.


Anne-Laure Amilhat Szary is a professor at the University of Grenoble-Alpes, and a former student of ENS Fontenay. She has the "agrégation" in Geography and is an honorary member of the IUF. She is a political geographer who analyzes borders and develops research concerning the interrelationships between space and art in contested places, thus building an imaginary museum of "border art".