Videospread, founded in 2006, takes advantage of the rapidly growing sector of urban displays and urban media facades by showing non-commercial content. The programmes curated by Videospread question the capacity of Art having a direct impact on the general viewing public, which is usually confronted with advertising. Through this new approach of visual content, Videospread wishes to encourage and promote critical thinking, as well as challenge the way we look at moving images.
Céline Jouenne / Videospread Marseille - Director
Céline Jouenne has founded the non-profit association Videospread and has been its Director since 2006. She holds a Master’s degree in cultural management from EAC Paris and has been worked as independent project for many artists, museums and cultural institutions, including Agence Acanthes, Musée d’Art Moderne Grand Duc Jean in Luxemburg, the Alliance Française Offices in New Delhi (Inde) and Suva (Fidji) and Soft Pad in Kyoto (Japon). She has vast experience in the French an international art market and especially with international art fairs like Art dealers and FIAC).
Videospread is specialised in the production of video art programmes which are diffused in the public and semi-public space, e.g. streets, underground spaces, train stations, hotels etc. Large format screens in the public space constitute a new market for the distribution of video art. Videospread has collaborated with HI Hotel à Nice (France), Sydney Federation Square (Australia), RATP in France and many others.