Part-time Faculty, First Year
Anne Attali designs walks, creates maps, writes and lectures on experiencing the city. She teaches “Urban Exploration” at the Illinois Institute of Technology (Chicago) in their Paris Program, and has been working regularly with French and international schools, proposing workshops and lectures using the city as a material, to art, architecture and scenography students: Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (ENSAD), Columbia University NY-Paris Program, Ecole Nat. Sup. d’Architecture Paris-Malaquais, Ecole Camondo. She also taught at Paris College of Art (2009-2013). Recent projects: “Walk/Talk”, ongoing project conceived with Chloe Briggs (proposals published in SpecialeZ architecture magazine #4, and in “A journey through shared spaces”, a Palais de Tokyo publication directed by Charlotte Moth, 2013); essay included in “La ville est à nous”, published by “Ne pas plier”, 2011. She also works on theater projects: “La Mécanique des phénomènes” and “Anomalies et Perspectives”, a collaboration with Cécile St Paul, 2008-ongoing; and on illustrated books: “Willie est Willie” with Marie Van Roey, text by Gertrude Stein, published in 2010. She has an MA in Scenography from ENSAD, and a BA in Textile Design from Ecole Nat. Sup. des Arts Appliqués. She spent a year in Rome at the Villa Medici as an artist in residence.