Faculty, Art and Design History and Theory
Olga Rozenblum is a producer, curator, and programmer. She is a founder of the production and distribution company red shoes, through which she oversees artists’ projects and develops systems of production and distribution at the crossroads of cinema, exhibition, and performance, often along with international institutions.
Rozenblum is also a founder of Treize, an independent space in Paris. She has worked with artists including Neil Beloufa, Clément Cogitore, Valérie Mréjen, and Lili Reynaud Dewar and teaches at ENSAPC Paris-Cergy and HEAD Geneva.
In recent years, Rozenblum has explored means for distributing works with limited or no visibility. To this end, she has participated in the creation of Undocumenta, a festival of lost films founded by Antoine Thirion and Raya Martin, and the organization of a Danièle Huillet and Jean-Marie Straub retrospective, as well as the first retrospective of Guillaume Dustan’s films.
Out and About: Exp. Art