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Ewen Chardronnet (France) is an author, journalist, curator and investigative artist. A graduate of the Ecole Supérieure de Journalisme in Paris. Currently acting as curator of the artists-in-residency program at the Roscoff Marine Station in Brittany, France. He has since the early 90s participated in many artistic endeavors and published as an essayist in numerous publications. He has lectured extensively and has served on various boards and committees in the field of art and technology. He is co-founder with the artist group Bureau d’études artist group of The Laboratory Planet journal. Active in the field of space culture since 1995, he led the 2001 book Quitter la Gravité, the French anthology of the Association of Autonomous Astronauts and received the 2003 Leonardo New Horizons Award for his contributions to initiatives Acoustic Space Lab and Makrolab. He participated in the artists in weightlessness MIR campaign, Microgravity Interdisciplinary Research, a parabolic flight at the Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center in 2003 ; and in the first Air Zero-G private flight with the CNES in Bordeaux in 2013. He is a permanent member of the pilot committee of the Ksevt, the cultural center of European space Technologies (Vitanje, Slovenia). He released a book on the secret history of the american space program (Mojave Epiphanie, Inculte, 2016) and its links with politics, arts, science-fiction, counter-culture and occultism in the years 1935-1955. Ewen Chardronnet is chief editor of Makery since April 2019. Ewen Chardronnet now shares his activities between journalism and cultural production. [1]

Ewen Chardronnet: on vimeo