LÉNIE BLUE

To keep balance is an expectation or a désir that remains unanswered for the human race and whatever animal and vegetal life kind.
It is a story of territorial expansions, opportunism, of adaptation, survival, mutualism, resistance, dupery, parasitism, multiplication, symbiosis, power, influence, of predation, communitarianism,, ostracism, struggle, of uniqueness, sociability, plurality, cannibalism, migration, alliance, of manipulation, interference, learning and diversity, ignorance, communication. WE ARE NOT COLORBLIND, MAKE SURE YOU ARE ON THE RIGHT SIDE, WE ARE AN ARMY, NO GUARANTEE

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LÉNIE BLUE'S PRODUCTS

A S[edition] collection (online digital contemporary art marketplace based on fiat currencies)

A 'Hic Et Nunc' collection (NFTs; cryptoart platform based on Tezos cryptocurrency)

A Protest Slogans wall murals

A Manufactured Protest Products

(shoes, shirts, pants, flags)

A CITIZEN VIDEO PATTERN

SOCIAL NETWORKS

Twitter

Mastodon

Are.na

Instagram

EMAIL

lenieblue at protonmail dot com

LAST PUBLIC SCREENINGS

C 12th Athens Digital Arts Festival (Greece, 2016)

C “The Recombinants” (online exhibition curated by Madja Edelstein-Gomez, Marseille, France, 2017)

C Average Art 20 magazine (Liverpool, UK, march 2018)

C Make8ieleve #14 'THE END' (online contemporary art magazine, february 2019)

C Post-Posters (Carton-pâte Editions, posters under Free Art License); public billposting in France (Strasbourg, march 2019)

C 3th One-Off Moving Image Festival (Valencia, Spain & Gol, Norway; 2020)

C Plokta TV film festival (Amsterdam, Netherlands; 2020)

C 7th International Istanbul Web Biennial 'Apeiron' (Turkey, 2020)

C 'In Solidarity' program, New American Cinema Group (NACG) / Film-Makers' Cooperative (New York, US; 2020)

Selected for The Wrong Biennale #5 (via the 60Seconds Festival 2021 ['After is Now'] embassy; Copenhagen, Denmark; december 2021 to may 2022) part of the Réseaux-mondes exhibition at The Centre Pompidou (Paris, France; february to april 2022)

Most of the missing links (if they were to disappear) can be viewed at archive.org (a 501(c)(3) non-profit building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form).