1st Arts and Care Reflection Day
Trajectories of plastic production from art-mediated psychotherapy workshops.
A study day proposed in partnership with FERREPSY (Regional Federation of Research in Psychiatry and Mental Health), the UT2J, the Toulouse Hospitals, the Gérard Marchant Hospital and the Abattoirs
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Nothing official or univocal defines the production resulting from art-mediated psychotherapy workshops. We can simply observe that it is produced in a care context, and then, by belonging to the patient, it sometimes circulates in "outside" and elsewhere. It can then take another form: the object of care possibly becomes an art object.
The analogy is as follows: production is like water which can change state: be ice, liquid or gas depending on the external environment, without losing its structure. For water, the external factor is easy to discern: it is the surrounding temperature. What about production? By what processes does the object of care evolve to the point of changing its status, place or role?
For this day of reflection, the choice is made to think of the transformation of production according to a chronological trajectory.
The beginning is in the "inside" of the workshop. The next step is the choice of the patient who gives his or her production an itinerary. If it becomes an art object, the break with the world of care is not obvious. Indeed, following the initiatives of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the University Hospitals of Geneva or the data of the 2019 WHO report on art and health, we perceive that the production that has become a work of art can continue to bear the mark of care, simply by being seen by an audience.
Introduction: Annabelle Ténèze, Director, les Abattoirs, Musée - Frac Occitanie Toulouse
- Dr Marie Charras, psychiatrist, CHU Toulouse
- Dr Emmanuel Gallet, psychiatrist, Centre Support de Toulouse en Réhabilitation Psychosociale
THE PRODUCTION THAT IS CREATED IN THE WORKSHOP, SUPPORT FOR PSYCHOLOGICAL CARE
- Dr Nathalie Bounhoure, psychiatrist, Centre Support de Toulouse en Réhabilitation Psychosociale
- Dr Jérôme Boucard, psychiatrist, Head of Therapeutic Workshops and Head of the Right Bank Unit, Gérard Marchant Hospital
PRODUCTION AS AN OBJECT BELONGING TO THE PATIENT: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE RESTITUTION CONSULTATION
- Alice Borne, Nurse, Louise Bourgeois Day Hospital, Toulouse University Hospital
- Géraldine Riedi, clinical psychologist and Dr in psychology, Louise Bourgeois Day Hospital, CHU Toulouse
PROCESSES AND DETERMINANTS OF THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE OBJECT OF CARE INTO AN OBJECT OF ART
- Julien Michel, PhD student in Art History, curator at the Musée des Abattoirs, Toulouse
- Dr Anne-Marie Dubois, Psychiatrist, Head of the Centre d'Etude et d'Expression de la Clinique des Maladies Mentales de l'Encéphale, Hôpital Sainte-Anne, Scientific Director of the Musée d'Art et d'Histoire de l'Hôpital Sainte-Anne, Paris.
PROCESS ALLOWING THE WORK OF ART TO BEAR THE MARK OF CARE FOR ITS AUTHOR AND THE PUBLIC
- Nathalie Bondil, Director of the Museum and Exhibitions Department of the Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris.
DISCUSSION AND TIME FOR EXCHANGE WITH ALL THE SPEAKERS AND THE PUBLIC
CONCLUSION OF THE DAY
- Emilia Héry Montanès, Lecturer, Department of Art History, UT2J
- Dr. Karine Faure, Hospital Practitioner at CHU Purpan, psychiatrist, Head of the ambulatory care unit
- Lauriane Gricourt, Curator, les Abattoirs, Museum - Frac Occitanie Toulouse
- Dr. Catherine Amoyal, Retired hospital practitioner, Gérard Marchant Hospital, former head of department and unit
- Eric Vidal, Lecturer, les Abattoirs, Museum - Frac Occitanie Toulouse