Lunik is a research and creation space of variable dimensions that brings together artists, writers, architects and all sorts of researchers to a central core composed by Marta Jonville and Tomas Matauko in Bordeaux, France. It is a tool for creating trans-artistic, trans-disciplinary and trans-national situations aiming to develop critical thinking through the arts and the transmission of knowledge.
Lunik’s objective is to create multidisciplinary and international collective artistic production situations across countries, territories, history and specific issues. It designs artistic situations to query the individual as a citizen and art as an emancipatory process with an impact on its environment.
Lunik is interested in political history, the study of past events, the ‘reenactment’, to better understand the challenges of the present and deepen the issues of democracy in creation. It builds European partnerships and creates social performative sculptures where each discipline contributes to the entire artistic production.
What makes the organisation unique?
Lunik is a space without a place.
Research, Production, Exhibition and Programming, Education and Training
Visual Arts, Film, Publishing, Design, Art residencies, Education, Community and Relational Arts, Democratic and civil society development, Ecology and Sustainability, Science