On September the 26th, the prestigious Parisian theater Salle Pleyel hosted Fubiz Talks second edition, organized by Fubiz Media & TETRO agency. Conferences was presented by nine creative personalities who unveiled the backstage of their work. The line up was composed by the architect Rudy Ricciotti, the illustrator Geneviève Gauckler, the video-maker Édouard Salier, the designers duo Vallée-Duhamel, the film-maker Cédric Klapisch but also the music producer Arnaud Rebotini, the photographer Bettina Rheims, the flamboyant fashion designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac and the illustrator Charlotte Le Bon. An inspiring programme, introduced by France Inter journalist Sonia Devillers.
For the second edition, TETRO & Fubiz wished to offer something more than the collective conferences, that welcomed almost 1200 people. Therefore, an especially professional turned master class took place in the morning, receiving Citroën designers team, Rudy Ricciotti, the fashion brand Jour/né with the trend-forecasting agency Nelly Rodi as well as the music composer Alex Jaffray from Start-Rec.
The conferences allowed every artist to present his univers in a personal way, adopting his peculiar language. Rudy Ricciotti made a vibrant speech almost like a prelude, explaining which energies aliment the creative approach. Then, Geneviève Gauckler and Édouard Salier stunned the assembly with wow images and presentations, percutant and full of humour.
Vallée-Duhamel mixed a pedagogic and playful presentation, while Cédric Klapisch, as a very talented professor, gave a beautiful lesson about how to create meaningful images for movies.
For the second part of the day, Arnaud Rebotini evoked 1980-1990 social claims against AIDS policy, explaining the universe of the Robin Campillo movie 120 heartbeats per minute. Then, he literally astounded the public with a little music composition demo.
Bettina Rheims presented some scenes from her new movie about Femen movements for women rights. JCDC (aka Jean-Charles de Castelbajac) had a truly pop star fashion show.
Charlotte Le Bon closed this very dense programme with a funny and ludic presentation about the question “what is art and who is an artist?”.